Collaborate

Collaborate to achieve common goals

Bike Walk Wichita partners with affiliate organizations to achieve a common goal: to create a safer place for biking, running and walking. Each affiliate organization has its own purpose and mission. By collaborating together, Bike Walk Wichita can use its resources to support other organizations and their missions. Let us know if you’d like a presentation at your organization to find out how you can join in the local movement.

Our community has a diverse array of organizations that are in need of help. Bike Walk Wichita partners with health and wellness organizations, promotes rails-to-trails pathway projects and advocates for safe routes to schools. We encourage keeping your dollars local by shopping at one of the many local bicycle and running stores.

Whether its through our University partnership, hosting a local ride calendar, or helping with community projects, Bike Walk Wichita aims to make this a better place for walking and riding.

By working together, we can all achieve more for the greater good of our community.


You can also support Bike Walk Wichita by making a tax-deductible donation and volunteering at Bike Walk Wichita activities.

What’s new in Collaboration

  • Bike Safety for Women - Bike Safety for Women – Saturday Nov 18th 2-4pm at WSU. Free, but registration is required as this class will fill up. Only 1 ticket per person is allowed. A ticket will be emailed to you for the event. RSVP Please fill in the RSVP confirmation name and email fields. 5 out of 30 available

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  • Register for classes! - 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.
  • Education Team Gearing Up for a Great Opportunity! - 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,

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