Proven program teaches KC Public Schools' fifth and sixth graders safety and handling skills through bicycling; helps school district reduce transportation costs.
Our friends at New Belgiuim have just released the beer list for the Clips Film and Beer Tour. These craft brews, plus some other surprises, will be on tap May 22nd in Theis Park, at the intersection of the Trolley Track and Brush Creek Trails. Want free beer? Volunteer for BikeWalkKC on the 22nd! 1554 […]
BikeWalkKC worked with City Hall and MoDOT to get the dangerous drain grates replaced with modern, bike-friendly grates for one of the city's most popular bike routes.
The KCMO Parks Department's highly anticipated project to build a trail under I-35 connecting Columbus Park and Downtown with Cliff Drive and the Old Northeast has been scrapped for an alternative that poses serious challenges for the safety and comfort of people on bikes. The Original Plan The Parks Department's original plan was for a […]
Catalyst Communication, a leader in communications for the cycling and outdoor industries, is launching a unique marketing program to help bike-friendly cities promote local and inspirational cycling information to a broader audience—people who would like to ride more often and many who are just starting to bike. The promotion, called Bike Life Cities, will include […]
Yesterday the move to cut bicycling from the state's new transportation funding proposal was resoundingly defeated in the Missouri House of Representatives, thanks to strong support in both parties. As I made the rounds visiting legislators in the Capitol on Monday and Tuesday, bicycling was the hot topic, thanks to all of your calls and emails. […]
Everyone here at BikeWalkKC is very excited for the very first KC Women’s Bike Summit. We are all hard at work finalizing everything to make sure this year’s event is a success. We invite women of all skill levels, ages and backgrounds to join us at the Kauffman Foundation on May 10 and empower more […]
Bicycling is under attack in Jefferson City! Help us beat back two horribly anti-bike bills in the General Assembly.
Bicycling is under attack in Jefferson City. Ask your rep to vote against removing bikes from Missouri's new transportation plan.