Bike for Life Moscow

This is our eighth year celebrating National Bike Month in Moscow, Idaho.  We call ourselves Bike for Life since biking is a great way to travel all year long and at every stage of life, not just in May.

See the contact page for more information about volunteering to help with events and planning.

All riding abilities are welcome to join the cycling events listed below…

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2016 Bike-Related Events


Monday, May 2, 7:00 PM, BIKE MONTH PROCLAMATION, Moscow City Hall Council Chamber.  Bike Month Proclamation by Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert, 7:00pm, Council Chamber, City Hall in Moscow.  Come show the City Council that bicycling is important to Moscow.  Contact: Margaret Dibble m-dibble@hotmail.com

Wednesday, May 4, 7:00 – 8:30 am, FILL THE RACKS and NATIONAL BIKE TO SCHOOL DAYall K – 8th Grade students.  Encourage all school kids to ride bikes safely to school.  You can help by volunteering at Moscow school sites.  For more information contact: blowry@uidaho.edu


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Saturday, May 7, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm, RIDE YOUR BIKE TO MARKET, Main Street Moscow Farmers Market.  Kids if you ride your bike to the Farmers Market you will receive a “Love Your Bike” bracelet.  Contact:  Adam Lane, alane@ci.moscow.id.us

Friday, May 20, 7:00 – 9:00 am, BIKE TO WORK DAY, corner of 6th and Main (by Maialina’s).  Celebrate National Bike to Work Day by stopping for free coffee and treats in downtown Moscow. Please contact Margaret Dibble for more information, m-dibble@hotmail.com

Tuesday, May 24, TOW YOUR TOT.  Starting at the Co-op at 10:00am (after Co-op Kids). Meet us to ride for this fun ride along the bike paths (mostly) from the Co-op, to the Fair Grounds, Triangle park, Hordeman’s pond park. We will finish at Mountainview Park for a picnic at Noon. Kids on bikes and/or in trailers are welcome! We will be stopping at each park along the way for play-time so it’s a slow group and really fun! .  Questions?:  Call Brooke Lowry’s cell, (208) 596-0879



See you on the streets…and please remember to wear your helmets!