PHOTO GALLERY: Breakfast at Bike, Walk, & Wheel Week
Friday, May 7, 2010 | 11:06 a.m. CDT;
updated 11:51 a.m. CDT, Friday, May 7, 2010
Drew Brooks helps his daughter Harper Piveral-Brooks, 5, fasten her helmet outside Shiloh Bar & Grill on Friday morning. Brooks, who rides his bike daily, said, "I work downtown, and I usually bring her to this and then drop her off at school."
On Friday, free breakfast was served to participants of Bike, Walk & Wheel Week at 11 locations around the city.
Kahlil Roth, 10, secures a bungee on his bike outside of Shiloh Bar & Grill on Friday morning, May 7, 2010. Shiloh Bar & Grill served free breakfast provided by Broadway Diner for participants in the Bike Walk & Wheel Week.
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Participants in the Bike Walk & Wheel Week serve themselves breakfast at Shiloh Bar & Grill on Friday morning, May 7, 2010. Shiloh Bar & Grill was one of two "Early Bird" Breakfast Stations that opened at 6:30 a.m. The other 10 Breakfast Stations began serving breakfast at 7 a.m.
NAOMI STEVENS/ Missourian
From left: Jennifer McMullen, Kale McMullen, 3, Finley McMullen, 19 months, and Josh McMullen prepare to continue their walk after stopping for breakfast at Shiloh Bar & Grill on Friday morning, May 7, 2010. This was their first year to participate in the breakfast event.
Will Fish eats breakfast with his son Brendan Fish, 12, at Shiloh Bar & Grill on Friday morning, May 7, 2010. The two have been riding and attending the breakfast event together for several years. "It's a lot of fun. You get to enjoy what's around you - the scenery," said Brendan.
Lee Smith locks his bike to a bike rack at Shiloh Bar & Grill on Friday morning. Shiloh Bar & Grill hosted free breakfast prepared by Broadway Diner for people participating in the Bike Walk & Wheel Week. Smith said it is his first year to participate in the breakfast.
From left: Cathy Seltsam, Nancy Rezabek and Anne Heine talk as Patty Clover prepares to store the remaining orange juice in a cooler at the MKT Trailhead at Forum Boulevard Clovers Natural Market and Tryathletics sponsored the breakfast station at the trailhead. Rezabek has volunteered at the event every year since it began 9 years ago. "I do it just to meet people and do things different. I hate just sitting in the house," she said.
Miranda DeCourley, 3, sips a cup of orange juice from the Breakfast Station at the MKT Trailhead at Forum Boulevard on Friday morning, May 7, 2010. Her father, Paul Berg, said that he hopes to start biking the event again in the next year or two. "She's on a trike right now, which doesn't work very well. She can't go very fast," he said.
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