Bike to Work Celebration
Idaho Pedestrian and Bicycle Alliance will celebrate bike commuters on Monday, May 12th from 6:30-8:30 AM. We are hosting two Boise locations (the Fireman’s Memorial on the Greenbelt and 8th and Bannock Streets), so please stop by and say hello. We will have free coffee, REI water bottles, food, snacks, blinky bike lights, and other schwag for your safety and fun. We’ll also provide a calendar of all the amazing events you can participate in during Boise Bike Week.
On May 19th Idaho Pedestrian and Bicycle Alliance teams up with the Payette Brewing Company
50% of the proceeds of beer sales between 3pm-10pm on May 19th will be donated to IPBA!
Kegs4Kause is a unique, recurring event created by Payette Brewing as a means to give back the community. Every Monday evening, 50% of proceeds from beer sales will be donated to the non-profit of the night.
Mark Your Calendar and come on down. Giving has never been so easy!
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We believe every child in Idaho should be able to walk or bike safely to school, and that commuters should be able to use safe and reliable pathways connecting home, work and play. 30% of all car trips are one mile or less, and it is our goal to encourage, incentivize and enhance making these trips actively by bike or foot.
In many of Idaho’s towns simply crossing, cycling or walking along Main Street is a risky proposition. Billions of dollars are spent annually across the USA building roads and bridges to accommodate cars. At minimal cost, roads can also be built or rebuilt to include walking and cycling. Safe, active travel will help reduce obesity, gridlock, fatalities, and poor air quality. That is one of our goals!
Idaho Pedestrian and Bicycle Alliance is active each day educating and working for safe, reliable, enjoyable and convenient walking and biking throughout Idaho. We assist Idaho’s communities to find funds to build cycling and walking infrastructure, participate in Idaho’s transportation planning, and actively listen to what towns need to create vital, connected neighborhoods.
Families who choose active transportation are healthier and wealthier. We hope you will join us!
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We are a resource for local communities and advocates. We represent Idaho’s biking and walking citizens to stakeholders as transportation projects arise around our state. We educate Idaho’s legislature, commissions, and other decision makers on your desire for a more active transportation system.Learn More