You do not use a variety of means. You use only one means of transport: the bus. What do you mean: "I ride to the bus stop"? What exactly do you ride?
Again, the reason you have to ride, bus, and walk, is not because you live far from the company. You ride to the bus stop because you live far from the bus stop. You take the bus because you live far from the company. You walk because that's the only way from the bus stop to your company.
So I think you might have to rewrite the whole thing.
As I live far form the company, my daily commute is somewhat varied. First, I ride my bike (I presume it's a bike) to the bus stop, then I take the bus to town, and after that I have to walk to the company.