Community Events Calendar
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Casual Animal Brewing Co. and BikeWalkKC invite you to a kick-off party for the brewery's very first Local Motive beer: BikeWalkKC Pale Ale! Bring your friends for trivia, raffles, and swag, and don't forget that $2 of every Local Motive pint benefits BikeWalkKC! Trivia (teams of 2-5 people) starts at 6PM. Raffles ($1/ticket) throughout the night. RSVP at the Facebook Event!Find out more »
NATIONAL BIKE SUMMIT MARCH 5–7 IN WASHINGTON, D.C. Register by January 31 to receive the January Special rates! Stay where the action is, in the conference hotel, the Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown. The rates for our block of rooms are good through February 5. See the latest schedule here. We're adding more sessions, speakers and details every day. The National Bike Summit is the premier bike advocacy event of the year, uniting the voices of bicyclists on Capitol Hill. This year's theme is Grass…Find out more »
Learn new concepts for navigating streets and build practical bike handling skills necessary for city riding. This intensive course teaches safety knowledge and bike handling skills, culminating with a bike ride in a safe and supporting environment. When: Confident City Cycling is a three-class series held on Thursday evenings in March from 6:00-8:30PM: March 15 March 22, and March 29. This class is great for: New cyclists Bike commuters Ride leaders Transportation professionals Anyone who wants to lead adult or youth bike…Find out more »
Take part in the movement on April 3-4, 2018 at the Nashville Music City Center The National Complete Streets Coalition is proud to partner with Transportation for America’s Arts & Culture team for our second national Complete Streets conference. Announcing Intersections: Creating Culturally Complete Streets, the premier convening of national leaders in Complete Streets and creative placemaking. Join us in Nashville, TN for mobile workshops, interactive panels and breakout discussions about cutting-edge Complete Streets and creative placemaking research, ideas, and practices. The conference will also be…Find out more »
Join BikeWalkKC staff for a bike tune-up session on Wednesday, April 4th. Scrub away the winter grime and prepare your bike for prime cycling weather! This clinic will work through flat repair, bicycle care and cleaning, brake adjustment, derailleur adjustment, and hub overhauls. Bring your bike for this hands-on class! Open to all! Suggested donation of $25, or FREE for BikeWalkKC members.Find out more »
Ready to dive deeper into bicycle maintenance? Join BWKC’s instructors to build on the content covered in Maintain Your Ride, with a more advanced spin. Topics to be covered include: overhauling bottom brackets, hubs, forks, truing wheels, etc. Bring your bike-- this is a hands-on class! Suggested donation is $25, or register for FREE if you're a member!Find out more »
For the last 15 years, the Head for the Cure Foundation has been working to defeat brain cancer step by step, through our 5k Run/Walks, including our signature HFTC Metro Kansas City 5k every August. We are thrilled to now extend our Head for the Cure fundraising efforts to the bicycling community with our second Head for the Cure Bike Ride, hosted by our friends at historic Browne’s Irish Market in mid-town Kansas City. More details coming soon!Find out more »
Tuesdays in May: Learn new concepts for navigating streets and build practical bike handling skills necessary for city riding. This intensive course teaches safety knowledge and bike handling skills, culminating with a bike ride in a safe and supporting environment. These sessions are reserved for women and women-identifying folks, please!* *We will also schedule Confident City Cycling sessions that are open to everyone!Find out more »
The second annual PlacesForBikes Conference will bring together hundreds of leaders and thinkers to focus on the challenges and opportunities of building better bicycle infrastructure—fast. Inspiring speeches, breakout sessions, group conversations and peer-to-peer networking will help every attendee develop and refine an action plan to speed progress back home. What topics will be covered? The conference agenda centers on our four-part formula for building better biking: Plan, Build, Engage and Measure, and will include topics such as: planning complete bike networks building more equitable communities finding funding and engaging non-traditional partners overcoming bikelash…Find out more »
BikeWalkKC’s popular Women-Only Confident City Cycling series begins its first session of 2018! Join us in a safe and supportive place to learn bike handling skills, rules of the road, and other tips and tricks – all skill levels are welcome – taught by women, for women. When: Confident City Cycling is a three-class series held on Tuesday evenings in May from 6:00-8:30PM: May 1, May 8, and May 15. What: Learn new concepts for navigating streets and build practical bike handling skills…Find out more »
** Denotes events organized by third parties and/or community members. BikeWalkKC provides this a service to the community and is not responsible for these events.