June Newsletter: Meet Dave, a Human-Powered Hero, Beer & Bikes event in Sandpoint, Bike Month Event Recaps… and more! Read it online now.
Do the test to see how well you observe what’s going on in your environment! And make a pledge to be more aware of cyclists and pedestrians everywhere.
Every Monday evening, Payette Brewing Company donates 50% of proceeds from beer sales in the tap room to a selected non-profit of the evening. And on May 29, Idaho Walk Bike Alliance is it! All draft beer sales from 5-10 p.m. will count toward our organization’s total donation. So, come on down and join us […]
Apr. Newsletter: Meet Idaho’s Human-Powered Heroes, Idaho Gives, The Best Bike Movies in the World, Boise Bike Week Kickoff Party, and more! Read it online now.
YOUR gift will help make Idaho’s streets safer for all who walk, roll and bike! View our human-powered hero videos below to see why they like, and choose, to ride, roll and stroll. Thanks again for YOUR support. Together, we can make a difference! P.S. Stay tuned to our Facebook or Twitter feeds for more videos […]
A Joint Fundraiser with Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance WHO: The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance in partnership with Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance WHAT: Boise Bike Week Kickoff Party Joint Fundraiser $1 off beers if you bike to the event AND show your helmet food for purchase by Soda Stop, yum! brewery tours at 2:30 and 4:30 p.m. games, corn hole anyone? […]
Filmed by Bike “Bike Love” Movie Night Hosted by Idaho Walk Bike Alliance Tuesday, May 16, 2017 / 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. / The Flicks / 646 W. Fulton St. / Boise From a quirky profile of a high-wheeled bicycle enthusiast to a jazzy one-minute animation of the 300-year history of the bicycle. From a […]
This day is YOUR chance to support human-powered heroes! Check some of them out in the videos at the bottom of the page. Watch these videos, and then schedule a donation to help improve safety for everyone who rides, rolls or strolls throughout the state, by choice or necessity. Ready to Lend a Helping Hand? We’re […]
Idaho Walk Bike Alliance’s Executive Director, Cynthia Gibson, has been awarded a fellowship to participate in the America Walks 2017 Walking College training program. America Walks, a national advocacy organization that promotes walking and walkable communities, announced the names of the 24 local advocates selected on April 20. The 2017 class of the Walking College represents […]
Sine Die is a Latin term, meaning “without day.” Its contemporary use generally refers to legislative sessions, signifying that lawmakers have finished their work and have no intention of meeting again. There’s an interesting tension that lingers, however, because the governor has ten days after adjournment to sign or veto bills. So even though there’s […]