We’re unpaving parking spots and putting up a paradise for people! WHAT: In celebration of PARK(ing) Day on Friday, September 15, Idaho Walk Bike Alliance will join with ACHD Commuteride, American Heart Association – Idaho, Oliver Russell and Stack Rock Group :: Landscape Architecture to create temporary public “PARKs” on 8th Street between Idaho and Bannock in downtown Boise. This temporary public urban […]
Grant Money Available for Children Pedestrian Safety Projects!
The Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC) will hold a series of workshops in October to provide updates on grant opportunities for projects addressing children pedestrian safety. Applications are due December 21. During the 2017 Legislative Session, a companion bill to major transportation legislation established a funding mechanism for children pedestrian safety projects on the state […]
July Newsletter Now Online!
July Newsletter: Ride with Rebecca Rusch and Blood Road Movie Screening, Moscow Safe Routes to Food, Human Protected Bike Lane Event…and more! Read it online now.
Ride with Rebecca Rusch, Blood Road Screening and After Party in Boise August 4 and 5
Event Proceeds to Benefit Idaho Walk Bike Alliance, Boise GreenBike and Mines Advisory Group America Ride with Rebecca: Friday, August 4, 2017 / 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. / Camel’s Back Park / 1200 W. Huron St. / Boise Blood Road Screening: Saturday, August 5, 2017 / 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. / The Egyptian Theatre / 700 […]
Dirty Kanza Race Report by Jim Bethea
Dirty Kanza is a 200 mile (206 miles this year) self-supported gravel ride in the Flint Hills around Emporia, KS. There are 3 checkpoints every 50ish miles that are the only locations that riders are allowed to receive aid from their support. The event itself does not provide any nutrition or hydration, each rider is […]
Share Your Crash Stories
Help Fight for Safer Roads in Idaho Images of bicyclist and pedestrian crashes in Idaho are far too common. Every three days, on average, a bicyclist or pedestrian is seriously injured or killed on Idaho roads, and pedestrian deaths have increased 250% in the state in just the last year. But, statistics reveal only part […]
2016 Annual Report Now Available
Thank You! YOU Made 2016 a Huge Success We appreciate YOUR support in 2016. YOU are the reason we do the work we do, every single day. YOU make possible our efforts to improve safety for everyone who walks or bikes throughout the state, by choice or necessity. YOU help make our communities places where children […]
Meet Dave, a Human-Powered Hero!
Today is a good day to support human-powered heroes, like Dave! Human powered: work or energy that is produced from the human body. Hero: a person noted for courageous acts or nobility of character; a person who, in the opinion of others, has special achievements, abilities, or personal qualities and is regarded as a role […]
Join Us for Beer & Bikes in Sandpoint on June 15
WHO: The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance in partnership with the Pend Oreille Pedalers WHAT: Joint Fundraiser drink beer…do good! $2.50 of every beer sold during the event will be donated raffle prizes: buy an arm’s length of tickets for $10! music by The Shack Brothers info booths for both organizations WHERE: MickDuff’s Brewing Co. Beer Hall, 220 Cedar […]
June Newsletter Now Online!
June Newsletter: Meet Dave, a Human-Powered Hero, Beer & Bikes event in Sandpoint, Bike Month Event Recaps… and more! Read it online now.