Spring Programming Update
Due to COVID-19, Trailnet is shifting some of our spring and summer programming to new dates and new platforms. Since we can’t meet in person or hop on our bikes for a group ride, we’ve been coming up with some ways to stay engaged with our community while maintaining physical separation. Read below for more information on how we are adjusting to the situation. We’ll update this page as time goes on, so be sure to check back!
Trailnet Scavenger Hunts (NEW!) – Get out, get active, and stay healthy: Join Trailnet on their first ever scavenger hunt series! Our first event will be taking place April 15-19 followed by two May events in honor of National Bike Month. Check out our event page for more info on how you can participate.
Digital Dust Off (NEW!) – It’s getting warmer, plants are budding, and your bike’s got a flat tire. It always takes a little effort to get back in the saddle after a cold winter and even more so when you’re doing it alone, but Trailnet’s here to help! We’ll be hosting some online hangouts to cover a variety of topics from cleaning, to maintenance, to dealing with unpredictable weather and pandemics. We’ll also cover some of the basics like smart cycling and safe driving practices. Have any topics in mind? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a request. Click here to head over to the event page.
Zwift Group Rides (NEW!): An indoor cycling group ride experience for you to do on your home trainer. Make the most of your quarantine by linking up with friends for a virtual cycling experience. We will be doing two events during National Bike Month, May 7th and May 21st.
Breakfast for Bikers (POSTPONED): April is here and so is that good biking weather we’ve all been waiting for! It’s also that time of year when local bike commuters might notice Trailnet’s Breakfast for Bikers program. Out of necessity, we are postponing our favorite bicycle encouragement program that gives out free coffee and pastries the third Friday of each month to safeguard the health and well-being of commuters and our partners who help make it happen. But don’t be dismayed – Trailnet is working on other ways to encourage biking! Stay posted for future events that aim to excite and inspire your bike life. You’ll have to bring your own coffee, though.
Bike Month & National Bike to Work Day (POSTPONED): Following national and local health guidelines, Trailnet will be postponing our normal programming for Bike Month and National BTWD until Tuesday, September 22. We will be following the new schedule as announced by the League of American Bicyclists. As the league states, May is still national Bike Month which means that Trailnet will be working hard to bring you things to do, on and off your bike.
If you were a participating DIY refueling station or bike home happy hour host in previous years, we invite you to continue your support of National Bike to Work Day. Click here to learn more about how your business or organization can take part!