Women’s Bike Summit

The Women’s Bike Summit welcomes all people of all riding styles and abilities to celebrate bicycling, discuss issues that are relevant and important to people on bikes, and provide hands-on opportunities for bicyclists to become more confident.

Kansas Heart & Sole Classic**

In its 40th year, the Kansas Heart & Sole Classic is a local tradition. With something for everyone, this race welcomes determined runners, enthusiastic walkers, and hundreds of young people who participate through school running programs. Even better, all of this fun benefits Special Olympics Kansas and Project 1020 The Olathe Running Club is proud […]

PRESS RELEASE: Pedestrian struck and killed in Olathe

A woman was killed in Olathe after being struck by a driver on the afternoon of March 31, 2020. The crash occurred near the intersection of W. 138th Street and S. Black Bob Road. According to police, the victim, an unidentified 61-year-old woman, was walking her dog when she was struck by the driver. The […]

Maintain Your Ride at JoCo Library

Get your hands dirty and learn to keep your bike in tip-top shape with this FREE class from Johnson County Library and BikeWalkKC! Our instructors will teach you how to keep your bike in good working order with a few basic tools and some practical know-how.

PRESS RELEASE: Pedestrian critically injured in Shawnee

A man was critically injured in a crash in Shawnee on the evening of Friday, November 22. The crash occurred at the intersection of Shawnee Mission Parkway and Flint Street around 6:30 pm. Authorities say the pedestrian was attempting to cross the street when they were struck by a driver heading west. The victim, described […]

PRESS RELEASE: Young cyclist struck in Shawnee

A young cyclist was struck by a car in Shawnee on the morning of Friday, November 1. The crash happened at the intersection of West 58th Street and Clearcreek Parkway. Police say that the child was near the crosswalk leading to Clear Creek Elementary School when they were hit by the driver. The child was […]