Bradley Sedor (Senior Programs Officer, Client Services, Agriculture Canada) doesn’t only actively commute to work during Commuter Challenge Week, he does so whenever he can if there’s no snow on the ground.
Bradley started rollerblading to work this year in April, just after all the snow disappeared. He plans to continue to rollerblade all summer and into the fall as long as possible.
The distance he travels one way is approximately 7.8 km, which takes him approximately 40-45 minutes. He also plans to switch up his routine later this summer by running to work.
Bradley believes in safety when rollerblading and always wears a helmet and wrist guards. He finds there’s a freedom to rollerblading when you don’t have to be concerned about the traffic around you.
Way to go Bradley and congratulations on your Commuter Challenge!