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Provo City kicks off ‘National Bike Month’ with free breakfast for people who bike to work

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PROVO, Utah (ABC4 News)- May is ‘National Bike Month’ and Provo City is encouraging residents to park their car and bike to work. 

On Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. participating Provo businesses will be hosting free breakfast stations throughout the city to anyone riding a bike.

The Utah County Health Department will be handing out free breakfast on the front lawn of the Provo Historic County Courthouse located at 51 South University Avenue. 

Start your day off on the right foot and pedal your bike around Provo for some free food, drinks and other treats. 

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