We’ve got several classes coming up, register here. Ready to Roll is this Saturday, the 8th at 10am. DIY Bike Trailer is Sunday at 1pm. Lots of other ways to connect, including volunteering for ReCycle. Come see what BWW is all about, see what connections you make here.
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BWW’s Education Team has been around for about 18 months, so far we’ve hosted more than 65 classes with the community! Personally, my favorite classes to teach are with the IRC (International Rescue Committee), a non-profit that helps refugees from around the world make a successful start here. We offer a basic bike safety class,
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
We are thrilled to accept a grant from Park Tool (professional-grade stands, a set of tools, mechanics manual, etc) that will allow us to provide resources for our volunteers to continue making Wichita a better/safer place to live, work and play for everyone! As a community-led organization, none of the great work being done
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
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
May 16 @ 1:00 pm – NEWS RELEASE Today, the League of American Bicyclists recognized Bike Walk Wichita with a Gold Level Bicycle Friendly Business award, joining nearly 1,200 visionary businesses from across the country! BWW is excited to join Bicycle X-Change and Bicycle Pedaler as designated BFB’s! Please join our celebration Thursday, May 19th 5:30pm during
Scott Wadles and the City of Wichita’s project was one of 126 chosen across the country. The project, called Bicycle Wayfinding Brings Wichita Neighborhoods Together, is about designing and implementing improvements for bicycle wayfinding to connect diverse communities. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation sponsors the Knight Cities Challenge, a national call for new ideas
Students at Spaght Elementary (the target school for Ride to School last year!) received a new set of wheels for following the school’s Guidelines for Success. Academy Sports and Faith Builders donated the bikes and helmets that were given to the students. Click here for the full story.