A GREAT TIME TO SHIFT GEARS!
Are you interested in biking more often but aren’t sure how? Or perhaps you ride occasionally and want to make it a regular habit. Either way Spokane’s first local cycling guide has instructions on how to select, adjust and maintain your bike, dressing for the weather and staying visible at night, strategies for planning new routes, beginning and advanced safe riding techniques as well as a section on bicycling and traffic laws.
With this must-have map for people who bike you can go the distance on a route that is right for you. Find bike lane corridors, how to get to recreational destinations and the best way to commute to work with this handy resource provided by the Spokane Regional Transportation Council.
Learn when it is developmentally appropriate to start biking with your children in tow, along with how to accommodate them safely as they grow older and eventually how to ease them into riding their own bikes to school and beyond.
Stickman Knows, Spokane’s comprehensive transit safety education campaign, offers a set of easy-to-read safety cards to make you aware of laws and best practices for reducing the risk of collision. These quick reference cards for people who bike are great tools for teaching kids safety or for any adult who hasn’t read “A Guide to Your Ride.”
Looking for some friends to bike with? These riders of all ages and abilities are eager to share their passion for cycling with you. Join them for a regularly scheduled group ride or try out a new destination with this socially supportive and welcoming group.
If you have a login and password, enter them here to start tracking your commutes. Otherwise, you can enter your address below to see if you live in a qualifying area.