Author Archives: Kim

Applications for Board of Directors Being Accepted

Bike Walk Wichita’s Board is active, engaged, and critical to our decision making process and the success of our organization! We are currently accepting applications for new Board Members until November 10, 2017 at 5:00PM. Interested in learning more? Check out our Board Member Expectations If you have any questions, please feel free to email info@bikewalkwichita.org or contact any

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Bike Mechanic Training Offer

Bike Walk Wichita has received a grant from the Wichita Community Foundation to offset the costs of a volunteer to attend bicycle mechanic training courses conducted by the Barnett Bicycle Institute (BBI) in Colorado Springs, Colorado. BWW is seeking applications from individuals to attend that training to be held either October 22 – October 26,

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RiverFest Fun

Join us at RiverFest for fun events all week! Bike Valet Parking is available every day (5-9PM weeknights) inside the entrance near Douglas & Waco. Here are some other fun events to mark on your calendar: Tuesday (6/6) Urban Walk – 5PM at the Bike Valet Parking area. Thursday (6/8) Pee Wee’s Big Adventure will be playing

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FREE Breakfast & Lunch FRIDAY!

Pull over for a FREE breakfast snack on your way to work, 6:30-9am! Bike Breakfast Stations will be located: *2nd Street & Fountain (College Hill) *Johnson’s Garden Center – w 13th location *Bicycle X-Change (in Delano) *Wichita Art Museum *Ark River Path near the Keeper of the Plains *Sedgwick County Park *Farmer’s Market Square in Old

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Phil Nelson Talk on Alternative Modes of Transportation – Jan 11th

DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT “ALTERNATIVE” TRANSPORTATION? The Wichita area EXPERT, Phil Nelson will answer your questions, such as • How are federal dollars allocated locally – highways vs streets vs bikepaths vs sidewalks. • Why don’t we have more sidewalks and bike paths in Wichita? • How do we change that? • How do

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Sculpture WalkAbout in Old Town

Wichita’s sculpture walkabout is a very cool year-long art exhibit in the Old Town/Downtown area. Sculptures are located in Old Town north Mosley and Mead between Douglas and Second Streets and on the INTRUST Bank Arena plaza. The artistic program was initiated to showcase work by area artists and contribute to the “walkable” quality of

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