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, and see 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!

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!  



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Kalamazoo Bicycle Club - Monday Night Ride

  • Texas Drive Park Texas Dr Kalamazoo, MI, 49009 United States (map)

Join the Kalamazoo Bicycle Club on their Monday night ride. 

Monday Evening Ride departs from the Texas Drive Park. There are typically four ride groups, listed below, which should provide ride paces to suit abilities of all riders. The first two rides listed are “no drop” rides.

15-20 mile group at 12-15 mph (Schoolcraft Ride); recommended for riders who are learning how to ride in groups.

25-30 mile group at 16-17 mph average (Lawton V Ride; RideWithGPS map of route is at this link). This ride is recommended for experienced riders who want to ride on hillier terrain.

25-30 mile group at 17-18 mph (Schoolcraft Ride); recommended for riders who are used to riding in groups and who want to ride over flatter terrain.

25-30 mile group at 20-22 mph average (Lawton W Ride; RideWithGPS map of route is at this link). This ride is recommended for more experienced riders who want to ride faster and on hillier terrain.

25-30 mile group at 22+ mph average; clearly for more experienced riders who want to ride (even) faster and on hillier terrain.

 

 

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