Connecting Communities, Overcoming Barriers (St. Louis, MO) Walking has the power to do many things: improve health, provide access, increase social engagement. What each of these has in common is the ability to build connections, with oneself, with friends, family, and neighbors, with one’s community. The National Walking Summit- St. Louis will explore how walking […]
Walk Kansas Starts Are you ready to virtually walk across Kansas with others in your community while learning about the benefits of a balanced diet and physical fitness? Learn all about the Walk Kansas program facilitated by K-State Research and Extension! • Online registration opens February 18, 2020. • Walk Kansas Program dates March 15- […]
Has the winter weather kept you off your bike? Do you need a little practice before you tackle the Tour de Bier? Join the Strange Days group ride!
Has the winter weather kept you off your bike? Do you need a little practice before you tackle the Tour de Bier? Join the Thirsty Thursday group ride! Meet at Velo Garage in North Kansas City at 6:15 for a 6:30 roll out.
Gain the confidence you need to take Fairway by the handlebars at this family-friendly event.
Stay Strong, Stay Healthy The goal of the program is to provide safe, structured and effective strength training for older adults. The evidence-based curriculum used for this program is adapted by the University of Missouri extension faculty from the StrongWomen program designed by Dr. Miriam Nelson and Rebecca Seguin, MS, CSCS from Tufts University. The […]
Experience a world of fun and freedom packed into a day on your bike as you expand your circle of friends. Cycling KC has a 50+ year tradition of bringing you national-caliber courses, SAG stops, support and aprés ride celebrations. And we're proud to count as members not just some — but a lot of […]
The League of American Bicyclists' annual Advocacy and Education Awards are given out at the National Bike Summit each year. This year, BikeWalkKC's Michael Kelley will be honored during the online celebrations.
Join cyclists worldwide in a silent slow-paced ride in honor of those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways. The 2020 Kansas City Ride of Silence is one of 390 rides worldwide.
Photo cred: Christian Mancinelli The Major Taylor Cycling Club of Kansas City will celebrate Juneteenth, the emancipation of the last remaining enslaved African Americans in the Confederacy, with a bike ride. The tour will have 2 stops and is totally self supported. Meet at the Gregg Klice Community Center in Kansas City, Missouri on Saturday, […]
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