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HomeBike Month

Come Ride With Us

A series of rides, the most difficult last, designed to welcome newcomers.

Twin Rivers Cyclists offers Smart Cyling classes periodically taught by League of American Cyclists trained instructors. We are also available for speaking engagements. Contact Corrie Rosetti.

Smart Cycling Class and Fix-a-Flat sessions by arrangement with Corrie.

Traffic Skills to build confidence for riding your bike from home to the grocery, post office, pharmacy, and to the bike path without first wrestling with bike racks. Experience the freedom to just ride.

Light maintenance, general bicycle knowledge, skills and an optional road experience.

In the parking lot and on the road. You must bring a helmet and bike. Ages14 to 18 require an adult to participate.

 

 


Linda offers a couple of Easy Does It! rides each month. Check the Calendar for them.

You will want to start training for I Made the Grade which is on June 16th


Crazy Ladies every Wednesday from the Southway Boat Launch. Even men are welcome. See the Calendar for start times. They call themselves Women on Wheels these days but they are still crazy.


Ice Cream Rides: Every Tuesday starting May 11., 6:30 pm Clarkston's Baskin Robins Parking Lot. Usually we ride the bike path to Asotin and back. Some ride to the end of the pavement on Asotin Creek.




Sunday Cycling Society from Southway Boat launch rides chosen by those who show up--Usually 2 to 3 hours. Rides continue until the weather is too hot then resume again in the Fall. Good place to meet others, choose your own route.

Look for a ride up the spiral highway to Uniontown's Sage Bakery on our calendar in May.
 Thursdays at the 2 mile marker west of Red Wolf on the Whitman Couonty side. Organize at 5:45. slowests rider leaves at 6. 10 mile flat, out and back course. Wind courtesy of the training gods. Starts on Arpil 12th.

 

Hey, Trek gave over $385 to Safe Routes to School for me in 2009. This year Ritchey is sending children on Trips for Kids. They had no idea how many miles I cycle.--Corrie

Twin River Cyclists and the League of American Cyclists promote the use of the bicycle for transportation. May is National Bike Month.

2011's Bike to Work week is May 16 through the 20th. Friday the 20th is Bike to Work Day.,

The weather's just getting good. Help us out by signing up for our bicycle commuter registry. We'd like to know who commutes where so that we can have commuters ready to be bike buddies and liasons to local employers for next spring's events.

 

Our Goals:

Taken from the NHTSA.gov website.

Goal #1: Motorists Will Share the Road
 Goal #2: Bicyclists Will Ride Safely
 Goal #3: Bicyclists Will Wear Helmets
 Goal #4: The Legal System Will Support Safe Bicycling
 Goal #5: Roads and Paths Will Safely Accommodate Bicyclists

 

Turn your rides into a charity everyday

Using the Plus3Network system, every mile you ride could earn 2 cents for a charity of yoru choice. We kept track of bike mileage last spring but this year, if you wish, you may join us at the Plus3Network, log your miles and earn money for a charity.



Resource: Organize Bike to Work and bike Month Events
HelmetsRus source for inexpensive helmets