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http://wright.edu/news Dozens of Wright State students, faculty and staff took part in a bike to campus breakfast on May 18. When the bikers arrived at the Student Union Atrium they were greeted with a healthy breakfast. The morning event was organized by Wright State’s Office of Campus Recreation and the Department of Environmental Health and Safety. “Wright State has a great location for riding bikes. We’re right on the largest interconnected bike path system in the country. Now with the pedestrian bridge going up over Interstate 675 we are even more connected to that system,” said Amy Anslinger, Outdoor Recreation assistant director. Anslinger says that biking to work is a great form of exercise and adds fewer emissions into the environment and reduces traffic congestion. For more information on Outdoor Recreation at Wright State contact 937-775-5019.

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