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.
We are not in the office, but we are still working! Join BikeWalkKC on Facebook Live or YouTube for live update on Monday, 5/18 at 10:00 a.m. Executive Director Eric Rogers will share news from our Advocacy and Education teams, plus BikeWalkKC activities and events. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BikeWalkKC/ Or YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BikeWalkKC/
Not canceled, but reimagined: The National Bike Summit, an annual event hosted by the League of American Bicyclists that features informative breakout sessions, great networking opportunities, congressional lobbying efforts, and more. The COVID-19 virus made an in-person conference impossible, but rather than leaving attendees to “spin their wheels,” the League found a way to make […]
Help make infrastructure and policy creating safer streets and better biking and walking a priority in the budget.
Speak up for safer streets and better walking and biking at a public budget hearing near you!
This is your chance to learn about the 2021 City of KCMO budget and participate in the process.
Since BikeWalkKC’s founding in 2010, we’ve developed in-demand programs, grown our membership, attracted new partners, and established ourselves as leaders in the field of bicycle and pedestrian education and advocacy. But as detailed in our first Mile 10 blog post, BikeWalkKC started out with just a handful of volunteers, a few small grants, and […]
Life comes at us from all directions, and sometimes it’s difficult to prioritize our health when work and school demand so much of our time. We know physical activity is important, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to squeeze a family trip to the gym into an already packed schedule. Community support for active […]
The City of KCMO invites you to an open house concerning redevelopment of the Barney Allis Plaza. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the project and support places for people.
Mile 0: preparing for the journey Our history goes back to 2008 and beyond. That year, the League of American Bicyclists published its regular ranking of US bicycle-friendly cities. Kansas City was ranked last among the 50 biggest cities. That list caught the attention of BBC Radio. They came to town and spent two days […]
The League of American Bicyclists has named BikeWalkKC a Platinum Level Bicycle Friendly Business. We are proud to walk our talk in providing education, bike parking, and encouragement to our staff, volunteers, and guests who bike for transportation. As an employer, we appreciate our responsibility in making our city safer and happier. According to the […]