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Have you ever wanted to rent a bike?

Cycling is on a roll!  This means your efforts spreading the word on behalf of your citizens, city and state are paying off.    We are RentaBikeNow.com a nationwide bicycle rental network that can help support your efforts by making more bikes available to more people.  The result is better health, a cleaner planet, reduced

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Here’s Your Sign!

If you would like to display a “Thanks for sharing the road sign” in your yard or business property, please email bwawichita@gmail.com and we’ll get you a sign. Please observer city sign ordinances, and keep the signs on private property, which includes outside the eavesment (above sidewalks) and on your fence and in your windows.

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TIGER II Grant Application information published

Here is information regarding the TIGER II Grant and Wichita’s pending application, which is set to begin very soon. Select links to a City Council STAFF REPORT, SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION and a VIDEO PRESENTATION. Keep to keep in touch as to the progress, stay tuned to the site for more information.

1st & 2nd Streets to get bike lanes!

It’s finally here!  The College Hill Commonor reported in the August edition that the long promised bike lanes will finally be painted, along with marked parking on the other side of the streets.  This is a big step towards a bike-friendly city. This is a much needed transit pathway for cyclists, which has been under

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Bike Cave to host ride before LIV Fest

From LIVFEST.com:  The Bike Cave will be hosting a bicycle ride from the Doughnut Whole to LIV Fest on Commerce Street at 1 o’clock. There they will be available to help work on bikes and talk about the biking co-op. http://ictbikecoop.blogspot.com/

Cyclist struck during Bike Across America

Friends of BWA-W, here is a link to an article from The Wichita Eagle about a Spanish cyclist that was critically injured near Wichita as he rode across Kansas during the Bike Across America event. Please go read this article by clicking here.  I believe the article incorrectly cited his location on the highway at

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