Wisconsin checks out Bike to the Library Week

Public libraries will become hubs of bicycling safety across Wisconsin through Bike to the Library Week, from Sunday, June 19, to Saturday, June 25. In its second year, the education program has expanded to include nearly 70 libraries, helping both the libraries and the Wisconsin Bike Fed combine their strengths as resources for transportation literacy. [...]


Youth Bike Summit 2016 Re-cap

This blog post is a co-report from our Bike/Walk Instructors who attended the Youth Bike Summit in St. Paul, MN on May 28th 2016. Through our Safe Routes to School program the past few years we have been looking at ways to engage and involve youth in Milwaukee in making a difference in their community [...]


Rides of Silence Wednesday

Wednesday May 18th  Rides begin at 7:00pm ~10 miles total Ride to: HONOR those who have been injured or killed RAISE AWARENESS that we are here ask that we all SHARE THE ROAD On May 18, 2016 at 7:00 PM, the Ride of Silence will unite people around the globe in silent procession rides to [...]


Get Heard on Transportation Needs

There is a concerted effort underway to address the growing transportation needs in our state and cyclists need to be part of that conversation. A group called the Transportation Development Association is leading an effort they dub “Just Fix It” to build support for a transportation tax increase (probably an increase in the gas tax) [...]