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Boulder’s Walk & Bike Month organizers have finalized the full list of activities and events for June, the month when Boulder will celebrate its world-class bicyclist and pedestrian culture. Boulder’s Walk & Bike Month is among the largest in the nation, and more than 9,000 participants are expected this year for Bike to Work Day alone. Walk & Bike Month grew from a single day of bicycling activities in 1977 and is now in its 34th year.

This year, Walk & Bike Month will include more than 80 events and activities, including events for kids, seniors, families and women. Community Cycles, Seniors on Bikes, Boulder Mountainbike Alliance, Walk Boulder and many other local organizations will host events. In addition, there will be many weekly group bicycle rides for all ages and skill levels, kids’ bike rodeos, and walks and runs at various Boulder locations. For a complete list of events, go to

  • Saturday, June 5, National Trails Day at Betasso Preserve: Celebrate National Trails Day and help construct the new Benjamin Trail at Betasso Preserve. The multi-use path will eventually connect to the existing Canyon Loop Trail. Volunteers will work closely with a small crew led by an experienced leader. Co-sponsored by Boulder County, Boulder Mountainbike Alliance, REI and the Boulder County Horse Association.
  • Sunday, June 6, B360 Bike Ride: As part of Boulder’s Walk & Bike Month, everyone is invited to take part in the annual B360 Boulder By Bike Ride tour from 3-5 p.m.. It’s an enjoyable ride that’s fun for all ages and showcases the city’s cycling and pedestrian paths. Participants can ride an entire loop around the city or ride a half-loop called the B180. Both rides begin and end at Scott Carpenter Park, Arapahoe Avenue and 30th Street. Stick around after the ride for refreshments, a picnic and prize drawings.
  • Friday, June 11, Park(ing) Spaces Day: As part of Park(ing) Spaces Day, paid parking spaces downtown and in parking lots around Boulder will be transformed into places where visitors can stop, visit, and benefit from many different types of activities, from chair massages to yoga to bike repair stations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 12, Mountain Bike Clinic: Gebhardt Volkswagen will host a mountain bike clinic for beginning to intermediate riders at noon at 2470 49th St. Learn about preparedness, shared use etiquette, simple maintenance and riding techniques.
  • Friday, June 18, Happy Hour at The Peloton: Join the Peloton neighbors for a bike-themed happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. at their new community center, 1685 38th St. The event will feature $2 beers, food by local restaurants, information about bike rides and routes, and more.
  • Tuesday, June 22, Boulder Beer Bicycle Benefit: Celebrate biking in Boulder and get ready for Bike to Work Day with the Boulder Beer Bicycle Benefit at 5:30 p.m. at 2880 Wilderness Place. Cost is $15. Admission includes a buffet dinner, beer and a pair of Smartwool socks.
  • Wednesday, June 23, Bike to Work Day: Pedestrians and bicyclists will register and walk or ride to work, stopping by more than 45 local businesses who will be offering up refreshments and food to registered participants. Watch for fun related activities like the Great 55th Street Egg-less Relay and the Bike Shorts Film Festival on the CU campus. For the third consecutive year, Pedal to Properties is the title sponsor of Bike to Work Day.

Groups: Boulder, CO, USA
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