Hey ladies! (Yep, it’s ladies only!!) Women and girls 13 years+ are invited to join us on our bike-camping adventure to Whispering Winds campground. The adventure begins with a 10 mile group ride from the Sedgwick County Zoo area to the campground near Valley Center. All skill levels are welcome. Extend your ride by starting
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Riverfest Volunteer Come help with bike valet at Riverfest!
Check out Bike Month Wichita’s website to keep up with all the great events coming up! You won’t want to miss the Bike Movie at WAM, the City’s announcement about our new Bike Share Service, and Bike to Work Day
The Eagle had a misprint, the 3-5 session of the class is open to anyone, the 4-23 session is the Women’s Only version. Sorry about the confusion. Fake news?
Be sure to check out the Bike Skills Classes we are planning. The first class starts in early March, Introduction to Bicycling in Wichita. The popular Ready to Roll classes start later in the month, as well as Confident City Cycling. Our Long Distance Cycling ICT Class starts up in early April. Check out the
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
Ready to Roll on Saturday (basic bike maintenance) and Intro to Bicycling in Wichita (learn about the new bike routes, lanes and paths, and take a ride together to explore some of them). Register at http://bikewalkwichita.org/bike-skills-classes.
Miss our meeting last Thursday? Check out the news and updates below: Full meeting minutes can be found here. Thank you to all of our amazing volunteers & friends! It is exciting to see our projects truly transforming lives and our City!
Just a quick reminder of volunteer opportunities with Bike Walk Wichita Midtown Trail Quick Cleanup – TODAY Meet at 13th and Market at 2pm to help keep this important trail cleaned up. The Midtown Trail is in the heart of the city and gets a lot of use, we take an hour each month to do
You may have read about the Veteran whose special racing trike was stolen from his front porch. Luckily, it was recovered, but suffered significant damage. Brian Wilhite served his country and has been training for a special Wounded Warrior event. He missed that event, but with your support he can get back into training quickly.