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Champaign-Urbana Bike to Work Day 2019 Friday, May 3rd 7-10am
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To see a map of all 14 Bike to Work Day Welcome Stations, copy and paste the link below. And when you click on location in this map, you will get the address/location of that Welcome Station. https://bit.ly/2SSpbE3


C-U Bike Month 2019 T-shirts

Registered Bike to Work Day participants can pick up a Bike Month T-shirt at one of the 14 Welcome Stations while supplies last.  We love the design!

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Each Welcome Station will have shirts and they are available on a first come basis as long as they last.  We will also have these shirts at Urbana's Market on the Square each Saturday in May for market goers that arrive by bike.

Champaign County Bikes (CCB) is a friendly group of cyclists that are active in promoting cycling in the cities and towns of Champaign County! We welcome new people to join us in hosting and staffing events around our community. Check whatever interests you and we will be in touch. No experience is necessary. CCB works closely with the other cycling groups in the area and often we work together to make an event happen, like when CCB helps the CU Safe Routes to School Project hold events with school children.
Champaign County Bikes (CCB) sends out e-newsletters called "Let C-U Cycle!" with news about local bike-related events and opportunities. It gets sent out twice a month in the warmer months and monthly the rest of the year. If you do not wish to receive these emails, check the box now, or you can unsubscribe at any time.
Donations made during CU Bike Month 2019 will fund Trails and Education Projects

In 2015 Bike Month participants contributed to the Kickapoo Rail Trail. And now we have Phase One of the KRT!

In 2016 cyclists raised money to purchase a fleet of 25 bicycles to use for Youth Bicycle Education Events all over Champaign County.  

In 2017 our area cyclists raised funds for an Earn-A-Bike Program for youth in our community who needed a bike for basic transportation.

In 2018 we use funds collected during Bike Month to obtain and equip a Bike Fleet Trailer to transport our eduction bikes to schools and parks for Ed. programs.

In 2019 we are asking Bike Month participants to give generously to advance the several key Trail and Education Projects for our community.

Donor projects for 2019.jpgChampaign County Bikes (CCB) board members and volunteers play an active role in planning and promoting our expanding trail network.  In 2019 we will continue to expand awareness, use, and programming on the Kickapoo Rail Trail, while at the same time participating in the initial planning for new trails to run through our cities and connect to the university. Hosting trail workshops, taking local planning and engineering staff on road trips to see existing trails in neighboring communities, funding matching grants are some of our activities. Our Educational Partnerships with local schools, park districts, and the CU Safe Routes to School Project continue to expand.  We will use funds to purchase additional educational bikes to use with kindergarten kids, as well as for adults, who are just learning to ride for the first time.  We continue to expand our Earn-A-Bike program with area youth, and hope to begin working with groups like the Scouts. 

Our suggested donation is $25, but feel free to give as little or much as you are able.  (CCB is a 501c3 organization so your gift is tax-deductible, receipts will be auto-generated.)  Thanks!

Donations are not required to participate in Bike to Work Day or any of the other Bike Month events.   

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