National Bike Month Happenings 2023
Bike 101 Skills: Learn-to-Ride Adults
The Bike Skills 101: Learn-to-Ride Class For Adults is part of Bike Walk Nebraska’s Nebraska Equity in Active Transportation (NEAT) Initiative. The class is designed for older teens and adults who have never learned to ride a bicycle or who have not been on a bicycle in a long time. The program aims to provide a comfortable and supportive learning environment for attendees to gain confidence and master fundamental bike riding skills.
How to get involved:
Learn-to-Ride Instructor Course, May 18th
Join us for our inaugural Learn-To-Ride Instructor Training. Rich Conroy, a former Nebraska resident and the Bicycle Education Program Director at Bike New York, will teach the class. After the instructor training, you will help lead the first learn-to-ride class and put your newly learned skills to practice alongside Rich Conroy.
This training is free and open to the public.
Bike Skills 101: Learn-to-Ride Class Adults
The Bikes Skills 101: Learn-to-Ride for adults is for older teens (ages 15+) and adults who have never learned to ride a bicycle or have not been on a bike in a long time. With our safe, easy, and efficient curriculum, participants will gain the confidence to master fundamental bike riding skills.
This class is free and open to the public.
Webinar: Experiencing an Active Built Environment, May 24th
For the second installment of the Bike Walk Nebraska Webinar series is Dan Piatkowski. In comparing Oslo, Norway, to the United States, Dan examines the ripple effects of a different built environment on the entire community and day-to-day life.
Bike to Work Week 2023
We invite other organizations, businesses, and fellow cyclists across the state to host their own Bike to Work Day event. If you’re hosting an event for Bike to Work Week or Day, register it with below and we will add it to the list of happenings across the state.