Open Streets, Eco-Fest, ReCycle volunteer opportunities; Bike Skills classes, and lots of rides, walks and runs in our community!
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.
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,
Consider sharing a gift of any amount to help us improve biking and walking in our community. $350 will pay to certify one new League of American Bicyclists Instructor, but even $25 will cover printing costs for six months! Help us make the streets and paths in Wichita safer for everyone!
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
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
Riverfest Volunteer Come help with bike valet at Riverfest!
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