The 8th Annual Bike Week took place May 11-18, 2019. More than ever, Bike Week included events across all of Kalamazoo County. Thanks to all the organizers, volunteers, committee members and sponsors who made 2019 such a success!

Check out the calendar below for all the Events that took place during Bike Week 2019, and check out the Announcements page for news that took place during the week until we “retire” them and our 2019 Sponsors page in the fall.

Many of us are already looking ahead and forward to Bike Week 2020. Please see our Organizer Info page for ideas and how to get involved. You are welcome to help shape and join in the week-long (“plus”) celebration! This year we will be holding a Fall Bike Celebration from September 20-22 to welcome the autumnal equinox, as well. There’s lots happening to show that our greater community is becoming even more bicycle friendly.

As the months progress between now and the next Bike Week, we will be updating the calendar to let you know about periodic planning meetings.

This site is for general informational and educational purposes. Please contact our wonderful event organizers or click on the links to their websites for more information — they are the ones responsible for the events themselves and deserve all the credit. Please thank them and support their ongoing efforts to make our greater community even more bicycle friendly, throughout the year!

Descriptions on our calendar may not include all the details or last minute changes so please contact the organizers as needed.

We wish you safe and happy rides during Bike Week and throughout the year. 
Hope to see you out there!  



Upcoming Events

Oct
1
to Oct 31

Bike Week Organizer Meeting News

  • Meeting Locations Vary (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bike Week 2020 spans the from the second to third Saturday of May. We intend to kick off the Bike Week 2020 planning cycle in before the end of the year (TBD). Stay tuned!

Bike Friendly Kalamazoo (BFK) is the Michigan 501c3 non-profit that promotes Bike Week on behalf of the greater community.

Please continue to keep your eyes on Bike Week’s Event Calendar and Facebook page @kalamazoobikeweek for announcements about planning meetings and announcements.

Also be sure to check out Bike Friendly Kalamazoo’s web page at https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org for related Fall Bike Celebration planning meetings and related announcements.

For bicycling events throughout the year, check out https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org/events/

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Sep
22
to Sep 23

Fall Bike Celebration - Sunday's Events in Vicksburg

Vicksburg Historic Village (1-5pm)

The Vicksburg Historic Village will transport you back in time to the turn of the century (1890-1932). The wonderfully designed village offers period buildings teeming with historic artifacts that tell the story of life in a small rural village. What’s more, it is located right next door to the Farmer’s Market! It has the same hours on Saturday … we’re happily featuring it on Friday and Sunday as one of the many special attractions Vicksburg has to offer as it welcomes everyone on this Fall Bike Celebration Weekend!

There will be more to BFK’s Fall Bike Celebration Weekend in the years to come, if the fantastic citizens of our greater community have anything to say about it. We hope you can join us in our inaugural year!

Public Bike Art Prize Award Ceremony (Afternoon, Venue TBA)

During this ceremony more than $1,750 in cash prizes will be awarded, in the competition that was officially opened for entry on August 15, and the deadline for submissions is September 5, per the official Rules.
John Kern, Director of the pioneering Prairie Ronde Artist Residency, is chairing BFK’s Public Bike Art Prize sub-committee. 
Art is to be submitted digitally, but will be rendered by Bike Friendly Kalamazoo in the form of durable outdoor banners suitable for mounting on public lamp poles.Consort Display Group has made a very generous in-kind donation of materials to make this possible. 

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Sep
21
6:00 PM18:00

Fall Bike Celebration - Awards & Recognition Dinner

Awards & Recognition Dinner (6-9pm; Fountains Banquet Center in Parchment, MI)

Honored Guests include Mayor Patricia Randall and City Manager Larry Shaffer of the City of PortagePresident Bill Adams and Village Manager Jim Mallery of the Village of Vicksburg, and City of Kalamazoo Mayor Bobby Hopewell. Honor those who have helped cycling, just by joining them for dinner!

The Fall Bike Celebration Awards & Recognition Dinner will feature an informal style to facilitate plenty of camaraderie, buffet dining & dessert, with beer and wine served* as well. A brief ceremony will honor individuals and groups who have helped make our greater community event more bike friendly. We’ll celebrate the impact and power of a biking community that believes sharing the road needs to be a priority and that bicycling in all its forms helps make our area even more livable. The event requires separate registration to offset costs for the room, food and beverages. Please register online to help ensure there’s enough food and drink for all.

Signing up is easy! Register online through BikeReg through September 17 or pay in person Saturday (limited tickets available). 

*Enjoy responsibly

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Sep
21
7:00 AM07:00

Fall Bike Celebration - Ride in Vicksburg, MI

On any given day our Fall Bike Celebration routes can be hauntingly beautiful, offer stunning photo ops and are best experienced at a bicyclist’s pace. Sharp-eyed riders should be able to find at least one of the Vicksburg Quilt Trail paintings on every route. No other community in Southwest Michigan has such a trail.

Fall Bike Celebration Ride (7am-3pm)
All routes start & finish at Vicksburg Middle School
Registration Opens: 7am Closes: Noon Ride/Food/Area Clean Up & Close: 3pm
Routes & Suggested Start Times Below; Approximate Distances 
Your Fall Bike Celebration Ride registration includes the Friday evening Ice Cream Social and Saturday’s Fall Bike Celebration Ride, with water, food, snacks and treats at key locations. Route maps will be provided. Cameraderie and smiles all around are a sure thing.

Signing up is easy! Register online through BikeReg through September 17 or pay in person on Ride day. 

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Sep
20
7:00 AM07:00

Fall Bike Celebration - Friday's Attractions in Vicksburg, MI

Bring your Frisbie Golf Discs! (7am-10:15pm)

Vicksburg Historic Village (1-5pm)

Guided Walking Tour & Presentation: Vicksburg Quilt Trail (2-3:30pm)

Vicksburg Farmers Market (2-6pm)

The Mill at Vicksburg Mill Project Self-Guided Tours (4-6pm)

Pre-Registration Packet Pick-Up (6-8pm)

Ice Cream Social at Apple Knockers Ice Cream Parlor (6-8pm)

Enjoy Live Music & Dining

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Sep
1
12:01 AM00:01

Fall Bike Celebration Planning & Bike Week Organizer Meeting News

Bike Week 2020 spans the from the second to third Saturday of May. Bike Friendly Kalamazoo (BFK) is the Michigan 501c3 non-profit that promotes Bike Week on behalf of the greater community.

We intend to kick off the Bike Week 2020 planning cycle in October, after a special weekend devoted to BFK’s Fall Bike Celebration. The weekend (September 20-22, 2019)…features a Ride with seven fantastic routes through the beautiful Southwest Michigan countryside centered in the charming Village of Vicksburg during the day on Saturday Sept. 21, plus a separate Awards & Recognition Dinner to honor those who have helped make our greater community even more bicycle friendly that evening, just by enjoying dinner with them (yup, Sept. 21)!

Please continue to keep your eyes on Bike Week’s Event Calendar and Facebook page @kalamazoobikeweek for announcements about planning meetings and announcements.

Also be sure to check out Bike Friendly Kalamazoo’s web page at https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org for related Fall Bike Celebration planning meetings and related announcements.

For bicycling events throughout the year, check out https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org/events/

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Aug
14
12:01 AM00:01

Watch This Calendar Throughout the Year For Bike Week Organizer Meeting News

Bike Week 2020 spans the from the second to third Saturday of May — and we are getting very close to kicking off the annual planning cycle.

Keep your eyes on Bike Week’s Event Calendar and Facebook page @kalamazoobikeweek for announcements about planning meetings and announcements that lead up to Bike Week.

For bicycling events at other times of the year, check out https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org/events/

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Jul
17
12:01 AM00:01

Watch This Calendar Throughout the Year For Bike Week Organizer Meeting News

Bike Week spans the from the second to third Saturday of May.

Keep your eyes on Bike Week’s Event Calendar and Facebook page @kalamazoobikeweek for announcements about planning meetings and announcements that lead up to Bike Week.

For bicycling events at other times of the year, check out https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org/events/

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Jun
12
12:01 AM00:01

Watch This Calendar Throughout the Year For Bike Week Organizer Meeting News

Bike Week spans the from the second to third Saturday of May.

Keep your eyes on Bike Week’s Event Calendar and Facebook page @kalamazoobikeweek for announcements about planning meetings and announcements that lead up to Bike Week.

For bicycling events at other times of the year, check out https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org/events/

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May
31
12:01 AM00:01

Watch This Calendar Throughout the Year For Bike Week Organizer Meeting News

Bike Week spans the from the second to third Saturday of May.

Keep your eyes on Bike Week’s Event Calendar and Facebook page @kalamazoobikeweek for announcements about planning meetings and announcements that lead up to Bike Week.

For bicycling events at other times of the year, check out https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org/events/

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May
18
6:00 PM18:00

Bike-a-Palooza

Join us for the grand finale of Kalamazoo Bike Week at Bike-a-Palooza, a one-of-a-kind fundraising event for Open Roads Bike Program! Event features include live music, silent auction, abundant hors d’oeuvres and drinks, bike raffle, bike building demonstration by students, access to the KIA art gallery, and more. Don’t miss this annual event to help make youth development bicycle programming available to all local youth!

Sponsors: Please see Open Roads’ website

Event website: https://www.openroadsbike.org/bike-a-palooza.html

Cost/Fees: $40 Early Bird Ticket / $45 Advance Ticket / $50 At-the-door Ticket

For More Information, Please Contact: Erin Denay at director@openroadsbike.org or 269-365-9142

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Yoga for Cyclists With Jeremy Blair
May
18
12:00 PM12:00

Yoga for Cyclists With Jeremy Blair

Join us on Saturday at Noon to finish off Kalamazoo Bike Week with a special Yoga class for Cyclists. Stretch out your legs, hips, back, and shoulders and unwind from the week! You can pre-register online using this link, or go to downdogyogacenter.com - under Yoga, Special Events (listed by date), or drop in on Saturday (space permitting).

 

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May
18
9:00 AM09:00

The Funicular

The Rundown:
1.  Show up with your wheels, helmet, and eager face.
2.  Race up Grant Street as fast as you can. Riders will be released every 15 seconds.
3.  Do it two more times for good measure. You race against your ticket category.
4.  Wear your badge of honor @ O'Duffy's
5.  Need we say more?

Sponsor: Pedal

Event website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-funicular-climb-tickets-55403877489

Cost/Fees: Free

For more information, please contact: Brendan Molony at brendancmolony@gmail.com

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May
18
8:30 AM08:30

Kalamazoo Bicycle Club’s Bike Camp Session 3: Fix a Flat, Basic Bike Maintenance & Group Rides

Bike Camp is an award-winning training program for newer cyclists as well as those returning to the activity. Designed for adults and families with kids 12 or older to learn cyclist’s rules of the road, safe riding strategies, bike and equipment options, comfortable bike fit, training, and nutrition. Bike Camp is held in five sessions, about two to three hours long, with classroom presentations and group rides of roughly 5, 10, and 15 miles. Sessions four and five take place on the Saturdays after Bike Week. Entry fee includes one-year membership to KBC, and entry into KBC’s KalTour annual tour of local country roads.

Sponsor: Kalamazoo Bicycle Club

Event website: kalamazoobicycleclub.org/events/bike-camp

Cost/Fees: Individual: $60 before May 1, $75 after; Family: $75 before May 1, $90 after

For more information, please contact: Paul Wells at bikecamp@kalamazoobicycleclub.org; (269) 532-2961

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May
17
5:30 PM17:30

JUST RIDE Indoor Cycling class - FridayNiteRIDE

FridayNiteRIDE –Themed playlists and a fun vibe to start your weekend! Friday night is for fun!

JUST RIDE is a new indoor cycling studio inside of Just Move-Fitness and More in Portage. JUST RIDE opened to the public on Feb. 15, 2019, and offers an indoor option for outdoor cyclists… or even non-cyclists!  Riding indoors can be a great alternative if you can’t get out on your bike, or just a fun workout done as a group ride to music! JUST RIDE: For Fitness. For Fun. For EVERYONE!

Sponsor: JUST RIDE

Event website: http://justride.justmovefit.com

Cost/Fees/Registration Requirements: $6 First Ride ($13 drop-in rate after 1st ride. 10-class packs available at a discount.) Please book ride online ahead of time.

Comments: We would love to introduce you to the world of indoor cycling at an introductory rate of just $6 for your first ride. Book your spot in a ride via our website or email us with any questions!

For more information, please contact: Christine Augustine at justride@justmovefit.com

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May
17
3:00 PM15:00

Adult Open Shop

Visit Open Roads at Riverview Launch and learn some basic bike mechanic skills or further the ones you already have. Tune up your bike using our tools and working with our mechanics. We work with you, not for you, to teach you what you want to know. Drop-in fee for adults during Open Shop is donation based. You decide how much you can pay. We suggest $5 - $10. No need to register or make an appointment, just drop-in and bring your bike to work on!

Event website: https://www.openroadsbike.org/adult-programs--open-shop.html

Cost/Fees: Donation-based ($5 - $10 donation encouraged)

For more information, please contact: Erin Denay; director@openroadsbike.org and 269-365-9142

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May
17
9:30 AM09:30

Kalamazoo Bicycle Club Friday Morning Women’s Ride

The KBC Friday Morning Women’s Ride is a weekly group ride on country roads in SW Kalamazoo County. Two groups usually ride various routes. One group rides about 25 miles at an average of 15-16 mph, the second group rides various shorter distances averaging 12-14 mph. Both groups are no drop rides. Due to the varying ride types and conditions, end times will vary.

Sponsor: Kalamazoo Bicycle Club

Event website: kalamazoobicycleclub.org/rides/

Cost/Fees: No charge. Anyone can join in. KBC membership includes newsletter, Ride with GPS, KBC club insurance and many other benefits.

Comments: Prospective members and new riders are welcome! Please visit to our website to familiarize yourself with rider expectations. Please let your ride leader know if this is your first time riding in a group, and plan to arrive early.

For more information, please contact: Paul Wells at breakawaypw@yahoo.com; (269) 532-2961

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May
17
9:10 AM09:10

WKZO Morning Radio Interview With Ken Lanphear & Erin Denay

Enjoy WKZO’s Morning Radio Show with host Ken Lanphear, at 590 AM or 106.9 FM Kalamazoo, MI. Ken and his guest will highlight what’s happening during Kalamazoo Bike Week 2019 and topics that should interest everyone. The 7-8 minute interviews move fast, so be sure to tune in early!

Today’s guest is Erin Denay, Executive Director of Open Roads Bike Program.

Sponsor: WKZO Radio

Event website: https://wkzo.com/shows/

Click Here To Listen To The Interview

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May
17
5:45 AM05:45

JUST RIDE Indoor Cycling class - ThrillRIDE

ThrillRIDE - EARLY MORNING Drills, Hills, and Thrills, without the Spills! Set to eclectic playlists, this 45-minute class will include seated and standing work. Adaptable to all fitness levels, but a bit more intense vibe.

JUST RIDE is a new indoor cycling studio inside of Just Move-Fitness and More in Portage. JUST RIDE opened to the public on Feb. 15, 2019, and offers an indoor option for outdoor cyclists… or even non-cyclists!  Riding indoors can be a great alternative if you can’t get out on your bike, or just a fun workout done as a group ride to music! JUST RIDE: For Fitness. For Fun. For EVERYONE!

Sponsor: JUST RIDE

Event website: http://justride.justmovefit.com

Cost/Fees/Registration Requirements: $6 First Ride ($13 drop-in rate after 1st ride. 10-class packs available at a discount.) Please book ride online ahead of time.

Comments: We would love to introduce you to the world of indoor cycling at an introductory rate of just $6 for your first ride. Book your spot in a ride via our website or email us with any questions!

For more information, please contact: Christine Augustine at justride@justmovefit.com

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May
17
12:00 AM00:00

National Bike to Work Day

Ride to your workplace on National Bike to Work Day! May is National Bike Month and it includes an ever-expanding diversity of events in communities nationwide. The biggest day of the month is Bike to Work Day. In 2019, Bike to Work Week spans May 13–19, with Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 17.

Check out commuter and other routes at https://bikefriendlykalamazoo.org/trails-routes/

Sponsor: Could be you and your organization! It has to start somewhere. We encourage you to ask your organization to get involved.

Comments: Many websites offer ideas for creating bike to work programs and fun ride to work challenges. Check them out and let inspiration be your guide. The 2019 National Bike Challenge is a nationwide event that unites thousands of new and existing bicyclists across the country in friendly competition designed to celebrate and encourage biking.

The Challenge is a great way to get connected to other bike-friendly — and bike-curious — folks in your community and across the country. Join the challenge at any time as an individual or form a team. The Challenge runs May 1 to September 30, 2019— sign up today and make every mile count! Sign up for the National Bike Challenge to record your Bike to Work Day Ride at https://bikeleague.org/content/national-bike-challenge

For more information, please contact: Paul Guthrie, Bronson Bike2Work, at guthriep@bronsonhg.org (269) 341-7194

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May
16
6:15 PM18:15

Intro to Dirt Road Riding

Try out riding your bike on dirt/gravel roads. There is beautiful scenery and few cars. Bring a bike with tires at least 28 mm wide and join us for a no drop ride (we will make sure everyone gets back to the start). Length can be 10 to 25 miles depending on the preference of the attendees.

Sponsor: John and Julie Knowlton

Cost/Fees: Free

For more information, please contact: John Knowlton at JohnRom719@gmail.com

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May
16
6:15 PM18:15

Pedal’s Ride to Plainwell

Shop ride to Plainwell!!!!! We’ll leave Pedal at 6:15 and ride up to Old Mill Brewpub. We’ll stop briefly for snacks, then head for home. We can run late, so PLEASE bring front and rear lights.

Sponsor: Pedal

Event website: www.pedalbicycle.com

Cost/Fees/Registration Requirements: No Charge

For more information, please contact: Tim Krone at info@pedalbicycle.com or (269) 567-3325

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May
16
5:30 PM17:30

JUST RIDE Indoor Cycling class - ThrillRIDE

ThrillRIDE - Drills, Hills, and Thrills, without the Spills! Set to eclectic playlists, this 45-minute class will include seated and standing work. Adaptable to all fitness levels, but a bit more intense vibe.

JUST RIDE is a new indoor cycling studio inside of Just Move-Fitness and More in Portage. JUST RIDE opened to the public on Feb. 15, 2019, and offers an indoor option for outdoor cyclists… or even non-cyclists!  Riding indoors can be a great alternative if you can’t get out on your bike, or just a fun workout done as a group ride to music! JUST RIDE: For Fitness. For Fun. For EVERYONE!

Sponsor: JUST RIDE

Event website: http://justride.justmovefit.com

Cost/Fees/Registration Requirements: $6 First Ride ($13 drop-in rate after 1st ride. 10-class packs available at a discount.) Please book ride online ahead of time.

Comments: We would love to introduce you to the world of indoor cycling at an introductory rate of just $6 for your first ride. Book your spot in a ride via our website or email us with any questions!

For more information, please contact: Christine Augustine at justride@justmovefit.com

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May
16
4:00 PM16:00

The Fix (Youth Bike Repair Clinic)

The Fix is a drop-in bike repair workshop for youth 18 & under to access free replacement bike parts and guidance on making repairs. We can also teach you how to do a tune-up and maintain your bike! If it's your first time at one of our programs this year, bring an adult 18 or over to sign your permission forms. *Anyone 18 and under is welcome to drop-in to this free program. No need to register! Come to one session or all of them - just show up and we'll show you the ropes. 

Sponsor: Harold & Grace Upjohn Foundation

Event website: https://www.openroadsbike.org/the-fix.html

Cost/Fees: Free

For more information, please contact: Erin Denay; director@openroadsbike.org and 269-365-9142

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May
16
8:50 AM08:50

WKZO Morning Radio Interview With Ken Lanphear & Paul Guthrie

Enjoy WKZO’s Morning Radio Show with host Ken Lanphear, at 590 AM or 106.9 FM Kalamazoo, MI. Ken and his guest will highlight what’s happening during Kalamazoo Bike Week 2019 and topics that should interest everyone. The 7-8 minute interviews move fast, so be sure to tune in early!

Today’s guest is Paul Guthrie, an active member of Bronson’s Bike2Work program.

Sponsor: WKZO Radio

Event website: https://wkzo.com/shows/

Click Here To Listen To The Interview

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May
15
6:15 PM18:15

Kalamazoo Bicycle Club’s Wednesday Night Ride

  • Kal-Haven Trailhead parking lot on 10th St (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The KBC Wednesday Night Ride is a weekly group ride on country roads in NW Kalamazoo County varying from 20 to 45 miles.  Paces range from 15-17 mph average, to 19-21 mph average on two different routes, both somewhat hilly.

Sponsor: Kalamazoo Bicycle Club

Event website: kalamazoobicycleclub.org/rides/

Cost/Fees: No charge to join KBC rides. KBC membership includes newsletter, Ride with GPS, KBC club insurance and many other benefits.

Comments: Prospective members and new riders are welcome! Please visit to our website to familiarize yourself with rider expectations. Please let your ride leader know if this is your first time riding in a group, and plan to arrive early. Due to the pace and hills, this ride is more challenging than KBC’s Monday night ride. If you are not experienced riding in a group in these conditions, you might want to try riding for this pace and distance on hills before deciding which night is best for you.

For more information, please contact: Paul Wells at breakawaypw@yahoo.com; (269) 532-2961

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May
15
6:15 PM18:15

Ride of Silence

On May 15, 2018 at 6:15 PM, the Ride of Silence will begin in Portage, Michigan at Millennium Park.

Cyclists will take to the roads in a silent procession to honor cyclists who have been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways and to raise the awareness of motorists, police and city officials that cyclists have a legal right to the public roadways.

The Ride of Silence is a free ride that asks cyclists to ride no faster than 12 mph, wear helmets, follow the rules of the road and remain silent during the ride.

Sponsor: Pedal

Event website: https://www.pedalbicycle.com/articles/events-pg145.htm

Cost/Fees/Registration Requirements: No charge

For more information, please contact: Tim Krone at info@pedalbicycle.com; (269) 324-5555

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May
15
4:00 PM16:00

Local Bicycling Developments - 2019 & Beyond

This year's theme is “Making Connections.” Speakers will be highlighting major plans for bicycling in our community; topics will include:
- Christina Anderson, Planner for the City of Kalamazoo - Protected Bike Lanes
- Marcy Hamilton, Senior Planner at the Southwest Michigan Planning Commission - Regional Bike Map Project
- Libby Heiny-Cogswell, Oshtemo Township Supervisor - Oshtemo’s Non-Motorized & Southwest Michigan Bikeway Plans
- Kathleen Hoyle, Director of Parks & Recreation for the City of Portage - Connecting People With a Bike Friendly Culture
- Megan Mickelson, Associate Planner at KATS - KATS Update
- David Rachowicz, Director of Parks & Recreation for Kalamazoo County - KRVT: Eastward to Battle Creek
- and more!

Please use the west side (lower) parking lot and entrance.

Sponsors: Bike Friendly Kalamazoo (BFK) and the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study (KATS) are hosting this Bike Week community event.

Event website: katsmpo.org/2019/03/28/local-bicycling-developments-2019-beyond-event/

Registration: Please pre-register here or by calling (269) 343-0766 before May 8 to save time signing in.

Cost/Fees: Free

For more information, see the Event website or call Megan Mickelson at KATS: (269) 343-0766

Public is welcome! Thanks to the Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency for providing their facilities.

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May
15
9:10 AM09:10

WKZO Morning Radio Interview With Ken Lanphear & Tim Krone

Enjoy WKZO’s Morning Radio Show with host Ken Lanphear, at 590 AM or 106.9 FM Kalamazoo, MI. Ken and his guest will highlight what’s happening during Kalamazoo Bike Week 2019 and topics that should interest everyone. The 7-8 minute interviews move fast, so be sure to tune in early!

Today’s guest is Tim Krone, Owner of Pedal Bicycle.

Sponsor: WKZO Radio

Event website: https://wkzo.com/shows/

Click Here To Listen To The Interview

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May
14
7:00 PM19:00

All-Bike Open House at Boatyard Brewing

The Kalamazoo Bicycle Club will host - and invites the public and everyone affiliated with the area’s many bicycle-related organizations - to an “All-Bike Open House” on May 14, 2019 at Boatyard Brewing. The meeting will be a forum to introduce the public to many of the area’s top bicycling-related groups, who will present information on their activities and services. Local bike clubs, shops, community service organizations and bicycle advocacy groups will be there to tell their stories in person. Come and enjoy the informational session, learn about all the bicycling opportunities available to us here in the Kalamazoo area, and sample Boatyard’s special brew for the occasion. Everyone affiliated with these groups will not want to miss this fun “mini-expo,” as well as anyone who wants to learn more.

Sponsor: Kalamazoo Bicycle Club

Cost/Fees: Free admission

For more information, please contact: Thom Brennan; tmbaam@yahoo.com; (269)-365-8139

You are invited to learn more about each of these fine organizations directly from their spokespersons:
AMBUCS - Donna Whitcomb
Bike Friendly Kalamazoo/Kalamazoo Bike Week - Paul Selden
Bronson Bike2Work - Paul Guthrie
Chain Gang - Paul Runnels
Discover Kalamazoo - Shaun Ballard
Friends of KRVT - Larry Stehouwer
JustRIDE at JustMOVE Fitness - Christine Augustine
Kalamazoo Bicycle Club - Doug Kirk
Kzoo Swift - Ryan Barber
Open Roads Bike Program - Dave Brown/Erin Denay
Pedal Bicycle - Tim Krone
Southwest Michigan Mountain Biking Association - Dan Warnaar
Trikats - Cara Smith
Village Cyclery - Chandler Garrison
Zoo City Cycle & Sport - Rick Lee

All are welcome - minors must be accompanied by an adult.

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May
14
6:20 PM18:20

JUST RIDE Indoor Cycling class - ChillRIDE (40 min.)

ChillRIDE - A little more laid back vibe and tunes. This mostly-seated, 40-minute class is great for beginners or those just wanting more of a recovery ride. Each class includes brief instructions on how to set up your bike. 

JUST RIDE is a new indoor cycling studio inside of Just Move-Fitness and More in Portage. JUST RIDE opened to the public on Feb. 15, 2019, and offers an indoor option for outdoor cyclists… or even non-cyclists!  Riding indoors can be a great alternative if you can’t get out on your bike, or just a fun workout done as a group ride to music! JUST RIDE: For Fitness. For Fun. For EVERYONE!

Sponsor: JUST RIDE

Event website: http://justride.justmovefit.com

Cost/Fees/Registration Requirements: $6 First Ride ($13 drop-in rate after 1st ride. 10-class packs available at a discount.) Please book ride online ahead of time.

Comments: We would love to introduce you to the world of indoor cycling at an introductory rate of just $6 for your first ride. Book your spot in a ride via our website or email us with any questions!

For more information, please contact: Christine Augustine at justride@justmovefit.com

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