Bike to School Day 2014

We are almost done with the first week of National Bike Month & Most Miles in May.  
Have you been logging your miles?  It is fast and easy just click the image below
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Today
is bike to school day and the weather looks good!  We’ve had a few WIBC members working with some of our Oak Harbor Schools to recognize kids that rides to that school with a cool pin.
If you’d like to volunteer for next years Bike to School Day – let us know by email (on right column here) .  WIBC has plans to do more with our schools.  We are looking for volunteers, with kids or not, who’d like to help line up some biking programs and partnerships with our local schools.
This week-end there’s some good Bike Month stuff happening!  Check them out and see you there!
  • Saturday-May 10th – 9am-11am Island County Trail Council work party in the Kettles. Please meet at the main gate on SR20.  We’ll probably be cutting brush to get a head start on summer.
  • Also Saturday -May 10th, WIBC will be on base at NAS Whidbey Island for the Spring Adventure Expo.

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  • Starting Monday – May 12 thru Friday May 16th – It’s BIKE TO WORK WEEK. Next week is ride your bike to work week concluding on Friday the 16th with ride your bike to work day.  If someone wants to set up a station to recognize bicycle commuters with a few treats on Friday, WIBC would be willing to help you out. Please contact us!
WIBC UPDATE: Over the week-end we had over 200 riders enjoy the Kettles in the 7th annual “Cookin’ in the Kettles.”  Thanks to the six WIBC families that helped make it happen!  YOU RIDE YOU ROCK!
Please check in on the website or Facebook for all the latest events and rides, like tonights mountain bike ride in the Kettles that met at the SR-20 and Kettles trail head. And tomorrow is the first wednesday of the month ride out of Whidbey Coffee in Oak Harbor, ride starts at 6pm.  Some of us will be missing this ride due to a ride out by Newhalem. SR-20 will be cleared of snow over the Washington Pass tomorrow, and it will be closed to cars, but open to bicycles for tomorrow only! Let us know if you want to go or need a ride there.
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