May 12-19, 2018 - Kalamazoo Area Bike Week is all about celebrating cycling.  It promotes cycling advocacy, awareness, education and most importantly, fun.

Planning for Bike Week 2018 is underway.  If you are interested in helping out this year or sponsoring/organizing an event, please contact Bike Week Chair David Warwick at

Instead of watching it snow check out this great video from the Michigan Department of Transportation and the Michigan Department of State on cycling safety 30-second video safety message.


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Kalamazoo Bicycle Club - Monday Night Ride

  • Texas Drive Park Texas Dr Kalamazoo, MI, 49009 United States (map)

Join the Kalamazoo Bicycle Club on their Monday night ride. 

The Monday Ride at Texas Drive Park will consist of 4 ride groups, which should provide a pace to suit riders of all abilities:

15-20 mile group at 12-15 mph, led informally by a number of riders. 

25-30 mile (Recovery and paceline) group at 17-18 mph, led by Zolton Cohen and Doug Kirk

25-30 mile group at 20-22 mph

25-30 mile group at 22+ mph, led informally by a number of ridersHere is a link to the Schoolcraft ride map.

The 15-20 mile group is generally recommended for new riders.

The 25-30 mile groups will typically ride the same route in the early part of the season. KBC recommends the 17-18 mph Recovery and paceline group for more experienced riders who are new to the club, those wishing for an easy spin on flat roads, or anyone interested in learning how to ride in a rotating paceline. Participation in the paceline in this group is not mandatory. This ride is very steady and consistent, and one of the club's most popular ride groups.

The 20-22 mph group is recommended for more experienced riders who want to ride faster, and on hillier terrain.
All riders who want to push the pace can do so in the 22+ mph group.

Earlier Event: May 14
Pedal your Bells Off
Later Event: May 17
Pedal Women's Ride

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