The newly produced public service announcements for Bike Walk Helena have been posted. Visit the Bike Walk Helena home page to view the PSAs!
Click the link below to check out the Helena IR article that made the front page!
Support the Centennial Trail by riding your bicycle to the Helena Brewer’s game on June 23rd. That’s right – it’s that simple! For every person who rides their bicycle, Pacific Source and the Helena Brewers will donate $3 donate to the Centennial Trail.
There will be organized rides from the PacificSource Health Plans offices in the Great Northern Town Center to Kindrick Legion Field. Before the ride begins, fans will have the chance to win prizes, including a new bike from PacificSource. Brewers mascots Lewis and Clark will also be visiting.
Click on the link below to see the results of the bicycle and pedestrian documentation project:
Tonight is the Annual Ales to Trails at the Fairgrounds in support of the Centennial Trail. Ride your bike and check it in with the bike valet who will keep an eye on it while you enjoy yourself at the event. Bike Walk Helena t-shirts will also be available for sale.
Ride your bike and take advantage of the free bike valet parking at Community Monday at the Blackfoot next week and also Ales for Trails on May 17th. There will also be free bike valet parking offered at the first Alive at Five on May 15th. Ride your bike and make this a worthy effort for our volunteers!
Tax Day at the Blackfoot – Community Monday to benefit the Friends of Centennial Trail.
Come and have a beer Monday, April 15th and help support the construction of the Centennial Trail. Orders for personalized pavers to be placed at the Centennial Park kiosk area can be placed at the event.
- When: December 30
- Where: Capital City Health Club (CCHC)
- Time: Swim slots sign-up 7:40am-1:00pm 2 per lane
- Sign-up: CCHC front desk beginning 12/6/12
- Fee: $10 all proceeds go to the Centennial Trail
- Two divisions: Fin/Pull Buoy and No Fins or other aids
Contact Peggy Stringer at 443-6628 or firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer or for more information.
Last week, the USA Pro Challenge bike race passed within 20 feet of our Colorado headquarters. A few days later, our community is still buzzing from the historic event, and pro bike racing remains on our minds.While safe roads matter to everyone on a bike, professional cyclists spend more time on them than almost anyone. These talented, world-class athletes may seem super-human at times, but they are human like any of us—vulnerable on the open road.
In our new video, Vulnerable on the Open Road, five professional U.S. cyclists reflect on their experiences with bicycle safety. The riders share their visions for better bicycling conditions and lessons for safer motorist-bicyclist interactions.
Even though these riders are the top 1% of bicyclists, their advice—slow down, be aware, don’t blow through red lights, build more infrastructure, get more people riding—applies to anyone who likes to enjoy the simple pleasure of a bike ride.
Take a moment to listen to their experiences and, next time you ride (or drive), carry their advice out on the road with you.
The PeopleForBikes.org crew