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May Bike Everywhere Month


The Club is sponsoring this event and it would be great to have volunteers helping with:

  • 5/1 pancake breakfast setup/teardown

  • 5/11 ‘Special’ noontime, evening and Sunday afternoon rides we have planned. We may have folks show up who are not accustomed to riding in a group. Help would be with sweeping, crowd control, maybe helping with a flat tire.

  • 5/16, 7-9 AM   Energizer stations - Want to host one?

It would also be great to have SBC'ers attend Bike Everywhere events. Read more about it under Government Affairs.

Contact Sally, 448-6271 or phillips1948@comcast.net, to volunteer or for more information.




 

Bloomsday Bike Corral

  • Sunday May 7th

  • Located in Riverfront Park

  • Two Shifts:

  • 7:00 - 10:30 AM - Takes bikes in

  • 10:30 - 2:00 PM - Distributes bikes back to owners

It's a fun activity and cyclists are grateful for the service.  



 

Annual Reardan-Edwall School District Bike Maintenance Day


Volunteers from SBC are being sought to tune-up and repair bikes used in Reardan’s

Bike and Pedestrian Safety Education Program on May 8 at the Mosaic Community Shop.


SBC partners with Casey Dorrel, Reardan High School’s PE/History Instructor, to help

coordinate the annual repair day with Jason Spade and Doug Porter of the Mosaic Community

Bike Shop. They seek volunteers from SBC and local bike shops for the effort that begins at 10

a.m. at 611 W. 2nd.

Tune-up work is done on approximately 30 bikes used by dozen of middle school students

who learn bike-handling skills and traffic rules. These bikes help teach the next generation how

to be safe, learn a lifelong skill, and have more transportation independence.

Willing volunteers can email Scott Schell, SBC President, at cshellws@comcast.net




 

Steven’s Elementary Seeking Volunteers for Bike to School Day



Steven’s Elementary, within Spokane Public Schools, is partnering with Safe Routes

Spokane to do a Bike/Walk to School Day celebration on Wednesday, May 10th.


They seek volunteers willing to provide students with bike tune-ups. Interested

volunteers are encouraged to contact Mariah McKay, Active Living Coordinator, Healthy

Communities, mmckay@srhd.org or 509-324-1537.




 

Vet Center Seeks Volunteer Riders to Assist on Veteran Bike Rides


Lynn Holbert, Office Manager/Intake Coordinator from the Spokane Veteran Center, is

seeking SBC volunteers to help lead veterans on bike rides out the Centennial Trail on a few

Saturdays this summer.


Gerry Bergstrom, SBC Vice President, is coordinating this volunteer effort with Lynn. If interested, contact Gerry at Moongazer82849@gmail.com. Willing volunteers can also contact Lynn directly at the Spokane Vet Center at (509) 893-4746.







Friday, Sept 5, 3:30-8 PM at Mt. Gear
Saturday, Sept 6,  two shifts 9:30 - 2:00 and 2:00 - 6:00 PM at REI
Sunday, Sept 7, 6:30 - 9:30 AM at Riverpark Square, north entrance

We set up for registration at each location. We check registrants in using an online database, distribute shirts and ride packets, and accept new registrations.  At the end of the registration we tear down our registration stations and load the equipment into a trailer.

It's work, but also fun, and an opportunity to interact with a couple thousand recreational riders.  If you would like to volunteer, contact Sally via email at phillips1948@comcast.net or by phone at 448-6271.

Note that helping with registration still allows you to participate in Spokefest.  Sign up online at:spokefest.org
What Spokefest does:
  • gives the community an accessible fun event showcasing the gorgeous Spokane River
  • promotes visibility for Spokane cycling
  • acts as parent organization for Spokane Bikes and Summer Parkways
  • raises funds that it distributes to organizations like Pedal 2 People and WABikes

SBC volunteers - thanks for helping support Spokefest!
Spokane Bicycle Club runs the late registration and packet pickup for Spokefest, Spokane's biggest event bike ride.  Crews are needed:

Friday, Sept 5, 3:30-8 PM at Mt. Gear
Saturday, Sept 6,  two shifts 9:30 - 2:00 and 2:00 - 6:00 PM at REI
Sunday, Sept 7, 6:30 - 9:30 AM at Riverpark Square, north entrance

We set up for registration at each location. We check registrants in using an online database, distribute shirts and ride packets, and accept new registrations.  At the end of the registration we tear down our registration stations and load the equipment into a trailer.

It's work, but also fun, and an opportunity to interact with a couple thousand recreational riders.  If you would like to volunteer, contact Sally via email at phillips1948@comcast.net or by phone at 448-6271.

Note that helping with registration still allows you to participate in Spokefest.  Sign up online at:spokefest.org
What Spokefest does:
  • gives the community an accessible fun event showcasing the gorgeous Spokane River
  • promotes visibility for Spokane cycling
  • acts as parent organization for Spokane Bikes and Summer Parkways
  • raises funds that it distributes to organizations like Pedal 2 People and WABikes

SBC volunteers - thanks for helping support Spokefest!
Spokane Bicycle Club runs the late registration and packet pickup for Spokefest, Spokane's biggest event bike ride.  Crews are needed:

Friday, Sept 5, 3:30-8 PM at Mt. Gear
Saturday, Sept 6,  two shifts 9:30 - 2:00 and 2:00 - 6:00 PM at REI
Sunday, Sept 7, 6:30 - 9:30 AM at Riverpark Square, north entrance

We set up for registration at each location. We check registrants in using an online database, distribute shirts and ride packets, and accept new registrations.  At the end of the registration we tear down our registration stations and load the equipment into a trailer.

It's work, but also fun, and an opportunity to interact with a couple thousand recreational riders.  If you would like to volunteer, contact Sally via email at phillips1948@comcast.net or by phone at 448-6271.
Spokane Bicycle Club runs the late registration and packet pickup for Spokefest, Spokane's biggest event bike ride.  Crews are needed:

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