We are looking forward to our 8th Annual Bike Week, coming up May 11-8, 2019! The 7th Annual Kalamazoo Bike Week was a success. The weather was generally good and attendance at the events was great.  Thank you to all event organizers and participants, volunteers and sponsors — we had great fun!

Planning is well underway for Bike Week 2019 (May 11-18, 2019) -- and more than ever, will encompass events across Kalamazoo County.  To make a bike-related announcement or organize an event during Bike Week that KBW can help you promote (at no cost), please contact Paul Selden at bikeweek@bikefriendlykalamazoo.org.

It’s not too late to get on board — you can come up to speed and participate by taking advantage of the links below.

We may be able to accommodate additional events and announcements up until March 31, 2019, when our Website Event and Media Release Form is due (print media cutoff date). After March 31, we still may be able to get you on to KBW’s on-line events calendar. Please don’t hesitate to contact Paul for more information.

Keep your eye on this page for additional updates.

In the meantime…

Click here for a summary of information for event organizers (from our October 2018 planning session, in the form of meeting notes. Click here for a list of ideas for Bike Week (some of them just waiting to be matched with organizers & volunteers!), plus a contact directory (to be expanded over time). Click here to see a meeting summary for our September 2018 planning session.

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

 

 



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Friday Morning Women's Ride

  • Texas Drive Park 6603 Texas Drive Kalamazoo, MI, 49009 United States (map)

Friday Morning Women’s Ride runs May thru October and starts at Texas Drive Park. There are two ride groups, and both are no-drop. One group rides around 25 miles (give or take a few) on mixed terrain roads in Kalamazoo and Van Buren counties and averages 15-16 mph. The second ride group is designed for more leisurely-paced riders and decides the distance and route depending on who shows up. We strive for a 12-14 mph pace, but this ride can accommodate a slower pace.

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