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Idaho Walk Bike Alliance
Walking. Biking. Going Places.

Pictured: Aubri and Natasha, Human-Powered Heroes from Hagerman

Idaho Gives is Today
This day is YOUR chance to support human-powered heroes!

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And they are all HUMAN-POWERED HEROES!

Watch all of their stories. And then schedule an Idaho Gives donation to help improve safety for everyone who rides, rolls or strolls throughout the state, by choice or necessity.

And don't forget to check out the Idaho Statesman article on our Idaho Gives campaign that Anna Webb wrote this week!
Ready to Lend a Helping Hand?
We’ve been counting down the days to May 4th and Idaho Gives. Idaho's day of giving is an opportunity to unite our community around causes in which we truly believe and help nonprofit organizations connect to the larger community.

We need your help to make our campaign a success, and we’ve included a few easy ways that you can support us. H
ere’s how you can make a HUGE difference today:
  • Schedule a donation. After that, you can give to other nonprofits that do work that you support or just kick back and watch how high the giving can go at!
  • Spread the word. Text a friend. Forward this email. Post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #idahogives. Oh, you can also just tell someone in person – that works, too.
  • Become a fundraising champion. Everyone loves a champion, including us! We really need fundraising champions to help drive people to our Idaho Gives profile on May 4th. Contact us for more information on how to become a fundraising champion!
Thanks in advance for YOUR support. 
Together, we can make a difference!

P.S. Stay tuned to our Facebook or Twitter feeds all day today for more videos of Idaho riders, rollers and strollers!

Boise Bike Week Kickoff Party at Boise Brewing on May 13
A Joint Fundraiser with Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance



WHO: The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance in partnership with Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance

WHAT: Boise Bike Week Kickoff Party Joint Fundraiser
  • food for purchase by Soda Stop, yum!
  • brewery tours at 2:30 and 4:30 p.m.
  • games on the patio, corn hole anyone?
  • silent auction and/or raffle
  • info booths for both organizations
WHERE: Boise Brewing, 521 W. Broad St., Boise

WHEN: Saturday, May 13, 2017, 2 - 6 p.m.

WHY: Support two groups working for safer bicycling in Boise and across the state of Idaho, and have fun!

"Bike Love" Movie Night
Tuesday, May 16 / 7 - 9 p.m.
The Flicks / 646 W. Fulton, Boise


From a quirky profile of a high-wheeled bicycle enthusiast to a jazzy one-minute animation of the history of the bicycle.

From a gritty tale of two young women killin' it on BMX bikes to a gorgeous film of a ride in a downhill Austrian bike park.
From a straightforward exploration of why Philly is so bike-friendly to a jaw-dropping dance performance on a bike through an abandoned German chocolate factory.

We hope these 13 films will inspire a culture where cycling is a natural aspect of everyday life.
The program will also include speakers and a raffle. Tickets are $12 in advance and at the door. They can be purchased at The Flicks box office or in their online store under special event tickets. All proceeds will benefit the Idaho Walk Bike Alliance.
Thank You to our Sponsors!


ACHD CommuterideBoise Co-op / Boise GreenBike / Connections Credit Union / Modern Hotel and Bar / Precision Engineering

About Filmed by Bike and Filmed by Bike on Tour
Filmed by Bike started in 2003 as a small fundraiser for bike events and it has been supporting a burgeoning international community of bike-loving filmmakers ever since. Filmed by Bike features the world's best bike movies with a gigantic film festival every May in Portland, OR. Over the course of a busy weekend, it hosts a Street Party, filmmaker Q+A sessions, dance parties, Brewery Tour Bike Rides with the Filmmakers, workshops and awards ceremonies. Then, Filmed by Bike On Tour takes its curated and inspiring movie collections all over the world to inspire bike culture. As an expert on building bike-friendly communities, it realizes getting more people on bikes requires a multi-prong approach that includes infrastructure, governmental support, advocacy and a key element: fun ways to socialize and get involved. Filmed by Bike On Tour is hosted by all sorts of groups worldwide including bike advocacy groups, governmental organizations, museums, trail funds, theaters and businesses. For more info, visit

Payette Brewing Company Kegs4Kause
Join us on May 29 to Drink Beer for a Good Kause!

Every Monday evening, Payette Brewing Company donates 50% of proceeds from beer sales in the tap room to a selected non-profit of the evening. And on May 29, Idaho Walk Bike Alliance is it! Any draft beer sales from 5-10 p.m. will count toward our organization's total donation. So, come on down and join us at 733 S. Pioneer St. in Boise and let's toast to safer streets for all Idahoans. Genki Takoyaki will be at the tap room selling their special Japanese dumplings if you get the munchies.

Don Kostelec Joins Alliance's Board of Directors

Don started walking on his first birthday. He has walked every day since then. He does not view walking and bicycling as alternative transportation, rather it is original transportation. It is what we are designed or created to do as human beings. Driving is the true alternative transportation.

Don is a private consultant who specializes in planning and designing for original transportation. He began his career at Chicago Transit Authority and worked at Ada County Highway District from 2002 to 2008 before moving back to his native North Carolina to work in consulting for 8 years. He returned to Boise in 2016 and regularly travels by foot, by bike or by bus. He has walked or biked to school with his daughter since she was 3 years old.

During his career, Don has worked with 13 state Departments of Transportation, federal government agencies, more than 15 metropolitan planning organizations, and numerous municipal governments. He has led more than 50 pedestrian, bicycle and greenways planning and design projects for places large and small. His passion for walking stems from working with people who are disabled and analyzing a variety of data and crash reports related to how vulnerable people are when walking on our streets.

Prior to returning to Idaho, Don served on the Boards of Directors for BikeWalk NC, the Asheville (NC) Design Center, and Rainbow Community School. Don has also served on the Transportation Research Board’s Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Management and the City of Asheville’s Multimodal Transportation Commission.

Alliance's Executive Director Awarded Walking College Fellowship

Cynthia Gibson, and her dog Olive, on a #HikewithMike in October 2016

Idaho Walk Bike Alliance's Executive Director, Cynthia Gibson, has been awarded a fellowship to participate in the America Walks 2017 Walking College training program. America Walks, a national advocacy organization that promotes walking and walkable communities, announced the names of the 24 local advocates selected on April 20.

The 2017 class of the Walking College represents 19 different states, expanding the reach of the program now in its third year, to a total of 33 states plus one Canadian province. The Walking College curriculum has been designed to expand the capacity of local advocates to be effective community change agents. Fellows will complete a six-module distance-education program this summer, covering the science behind the benefits of walking, evaluation of built environments, as well as communication skills and building relationships with decision makers.

In September, they will participate in the National Walking Summit in St. Paul, MN, and develop a Walking Action Plan for improving walkability in their communities.

Campaign Update


Just because Idaho’s legislative session ended a month ago does not mean the Safe Routes to School – Healthy Kids campaign is slowing down the pace. The effort to lay a solid foundation for the 2018 session has already begun. (Read a recap of the efforts undertaken during the 2017 session here.) To provide a comprehensive bill for Safe Routes to School infrastructure and education, Idaho Walk Bike Alliance is traveling throughout the state to listen to local concerns, answer questions about this valuable program, and raise awareness for grant opportunities.
Recently, we traveled to Lewiston for the Idaho Transportation Board meeting. This allowed for informal face-to-face visits with members of the board and a chance to advocate for increased funding for Safe Routes to School and other bicycle and pedestrian projects. We didn’t waste the commute time by driving past many of the Idaho towns and cities along the way. Rather, this trip provided an opportunity to throw the car in park and walk around in just a few of the communities that already enjoy the benefits of the Safe Routes to School program. For example, the sidewalk pictured in the image below filled a gap between two sidewalks that lead to Clearwater Valley Elementary School. See what it looked like before.
the corner of Broadway Ave. and Lowry St. in Kooskia

Just as importantly, we heard from stakeholders in some towns that desperately need funds to provide a safe and reliable transportation framework for their communities. An example is the intersection of 12th St. and Hill St. in Kamiah, shown below, where a two-year old was seriously injured in August 2014 as people were gathering for a Friday night football game. The stadium and middle school are at the same intersection. The hill pictured is where many of the town's families live and it is used as a primary route for parents to drive their children to school. Kamiah has received no Safe Routes to School funding to date.
the intersection of 12th St. and Hill St. in Kamiah

Because of legislation passed this session, there is another small revenue source for child pedestrian safety projects. Over the next few months as budgets are worked out, a window of opportunity to submit grant applications will open. We know that no matter what amount is allotted for these projects and Safe Routes to School, the demand will always exceed the supply of available resources. As more communities learn of grant opportunities and take advantage of technical support to submit high-quality applications, we believe legislators and the transportation department will concede that more can be done to protect the most vulnerable travelers on the road. Our hope is that this awareness translates into immediate and substantial increases in bike/ped safety programs for the 2018 session. We will keep you updated when the grant application window opens!

Two Free Technical Assistance Programs Available for Your Community!
Application Deadlines have been Extended to June 9

Do you want to make your community more prosperous and livable? Then take advantage of these two free technical assistance programs offered by Community Builders for communities in Idaho. The New Mobility West initiative helps address issues related to transportation and the Community Builders assistance addresses those related to community planning and economic development. Applications for both programs can be found here. Cascade used the assistance to develop an action plan for safer biking and walking. Learn more about what they did in this case study and video. We are happy to answer your questions!

May is National Bike

Bike to School Day, May 10

Thousands of students, families, community partners, and elected officials around the country will celebrate the benefits of biking and walking to school during National Bike to School Day. In Idaho, there are 21 schools registered to bike in American Falls, Boise, Caldwell, Eagle, Gooding, Idaho Falls, Kootenai, Meridian and Sandpoint.

Bike to School Day encourages a nationwide bike-focused celebration for students in the month of May and builds on the popularity and success of Walk to School Day, which is celebrated across the country - and the world - each October.

Bike to School Day events raise awareness of the need to create safer routes for bicycling and walking and emphasize the importance of issues such as increasing physical activity among children, pedestrian safety, reducing traffic congestion, and concern for the environment. The events build connections between families, schools and the broader community.

Boise Bike Week, May 13 - 20

Boise Bike Week is a yearly celebration of cycling in all of its forms, for all ages and abilities, brought to you by the Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance. Check out the complete calendar of events, which includes Bike with Mom to Brunch on Mother's Day, a Kickoff Party at Boise Brewing with Idaho Walk Bike Alliance, a Ride of Silence, a Bike Movie Night hosted by Idaho Walk Bike Alliance, and a National Bike to Work Day Breakfast at the Boise Co-op.

Idaho Falls Bike Month 1-31
Idaho Falls Bike Month runs in conjunction with National Bike Month, which was established in 1956 as a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling - and encourage more folks to give biking a try. Events include a Ride of Silence, a Mayor's Ride and an Adventure Ride. A Bike Month highlight is a Bike to School Challenge, May 1-19, which was kicked off with a "wrenching" at Bush Elementary School where Idaho Falls Community Pathways fixed kids' bikes so they can participate in the challenge. Last year, 4,000 kids participated at 23 schools. This year 28 schools from Idaho Falls School District 91 and Bonneville Joint School District 93 will battle it out to see who can bike the most in three weeks.

Whether you bike to work or school; ride to save money or time; pump those pedals to preserve your health or the environment; or simply to explore your community, Bike Month is an opportunity to celebrate the unique power of the bicycle and the many reasons we ride. Event partners include supporters of the Idaho Walk Bike Alliance:

Portneuf Valley Bike to Work, May 1-31

Portneuf Valley Bike to Work encourages residents of all ages in the Portneuf Valley to try bicycling or walking as a means of transportation. The goal of the month is to encourage residents to develop new and lasting commuting habits that result in healthy transportation choices. The month-long event is a cooperative effort of business, organizations, individuals and government agencies. Events include a Bike Parade and a Tour of Marsh Creek Valley.

National Bike Challenge, May 1 - September 30

The National Bike Challenge is a nationwide event uniting thousands of current bicyclists - and encouraging countless new riders. It is a free and easy way to challenge yourself, your colleagues and your community to ride more while competing on a local, state and national level. Here are some of the ways you can get involved! The 2017 Challenge is organized and presented by the League of American Bicyclists.

Tee Time...
Are You Creative? Design a T-shirt for Us!

The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance is in need of T-shirts for staff and volunteers to wear at several upcoming events. We could just put our logo on the front of a shirt and call it good. But, we thought some of our supporters might be able to create something more fun to promote the work we do for walking and biking in Idaho. Email your designs to Robyn by Wednesday, May 31. If we get a lot of creative ideas, we'll hold a contest to pick the best design!

Where in the State is
Idaho Walk Bike Alliance?

Idaho Walk Bike Alliance has been busy working statewide advocating for safer streets for all Idahoans that walk and bicycle. Here are some of the places we've visited in the past month. Click on images to enlarge them in a new window.

Idaho Walk Bike Alliance Staff Step Up for the
Idaho STEP Challenge

To encourage others to be active and healthy, Congressman Mike Simpson is attempting to walk over 2,900 miles. This is the equivalent of walking from the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. to the Idaho Capitol Building in Boise. The 'journey' began June 1, 2016, and in mid-March, Rep. Simpson passed the 2,000 mile mark, which put him in Sheridan, Wyoming. He anticipated entering Idaho near Victor in mid-April.

Idaho Walk Bike Alliance staff have joined the #HikewithMike and are walking at noon on Thursdays in Boise. Meet us at the center of Capitol Park for a stroll around downtown. Follow Rep. Simpson's progress, sign up for updates and STEP UP to join the challenge too. If you are hosting #HikewithMike walks in your communities, let us know so we can encourage others to join you!
Idaho Gives
May 4, 12 a.m. - 11:59 p.m.
24-hour, online giving day
(see story at left and support human-powered heroes here)

2017 Fit Festival / Renounce the Bounce
May 4, 5 - 8 p.m.
Title Nine
170 N 8th St, Boise
(we're tabling; more info here)

Boise Bike Week Kickoff Party w/ Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance
May 13, 2 - 6 p.m.
Boise Brewing
521 W Broad St., Boise
(more info here)

"Bike Love" Movie Night
May 16, 7 - 9 p.m.
The Flicks
646 W Fulton St., Boise
(more info here)

May 29, 5 - 10 p.m.
Payette Brewing Company
733 S Pioneer St., Boise
(read more here)

IWBA Lunch Walks
for #HikewithMike
Idaho STEP Challenge

Thursdays @ noon
center of Capitol Park, Boise
(read more here)

Capital City Public Market Bike Barn
4th and 5th Saturdays, Apr - Oct, 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
8th and Jefferson St, Boise
(read more here)
As a nonprofit organization, and  Idaho's only statewide advocacy group promoting safety on  our roadways for all non-motorized users, we rely on support from PEOPLE LIKE YOU! It allows us to carry on vitally important work to ensure active transportation is healthy, safe and reliable for all Idahoans.

Please consider becoming a member or donating a tax-deductible gift to bring us closer to the day when all Idahoans can move freely throughout their communities, however they choose.

Want to donate more but can't afford to do it all at once? Be a Monthly StRider Champion and support walking and biking all year long. Read more about monthly giving.

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YOUR support makes it possible for us to work for safer walking and bicycling for all Idahoans.

St. Luke's Bannock Corridor Design Charrette
April 6
Idaho Walk Bike Alliance's Executive Director, Cynthia Gibson, participated in this one-day planning session on a design of Bannock St. that will improve connectivity through the hospital campus for all road users. This planning work came about as a result of Jefferson St. being closed to all transportation.

Electric Bike Legislation
April 7
Idaho Walk Bike Alliance has been working with a group of advocates to help draft language for legislation that will be introduced by Rep. Phylis K. King (D), Boise, during the 2018 session.

ACHD Pedestrian Advisory Group
April 13
Ada County
This Ada County Highway District committee formed in January after a conversation between the Alliance's Executive Director and the Director of ACHD, Bruce Wong. It will serve as a key resource for the highway district in understanding issues that face pedestrians by analyzing pedestrian crash data, etc. It will also provide them with tools and feedback to work with partner agencies in helping to create vibrant, walkable places.

Community Visits
April 20-21
Northern Idaho
To prepare for introducing a comprehensive bill for Safe Routes to School state funding in 2018, Idaho Walk Bike Alliance is traveling throughout the state to listen to local concerns, answer questions about this valuable program, and let communities know about possible grant opportunities. Check out the infographic and read more about the visit!

Idaho Transportation Board
April 20-21
Our Safe Routes to School Campaign Coordinator, Ceci Thunes, attended to learn more about issues in North-Central Idaho, and meet with Board Members to advocate for increased funding for Safe Routes to School and other bike/ped projects. These meetings are open to the public; you can attend too!

City of Hagerman Planning Charrette
April 21-23
Idaho Walk Bike Alliance participated in this weekend-long community planning session to help spark ideas for making their town more bikeable and walkable. Through a grant from the National Park Service, the City put together teams to help them work on designs for downtown streets, ways to link to nearby communities by bike, and ideas on how to build a connection to all of the natural wonders of the area.
Community Visits
April 26-28
Pocatello area and Lava Hot Springs
Our Executive Director met with members, advocates, city staff, state elected officials, the local metropolitan planning organization, and the Idaho Transportation Department to learn how we can assist the areas to be more walkable and bikeable.
Transportation for America
Deadline: June 2
Transportation for America is "seeking to award $50,000 each to creative placemaking projects in three new cities...that bring more people to the table to plan and implement new transportation investments." Learn more in this webinar on May 11. Read more and apply here.

Community Builders Technical Assistance
Deadline: June 9
Two free technical assistance programs are available to help make communities in Idaho more prosperous and livable. Read more here.

U.S. Department of Transportation Transit, Highway and Safety Funds
Revised August, 12, 2016
The U.S. DOT updated table of pedestrian and bicycle funding opportunities.
Your opinion matters! Here's your chance to have a say.

Ada County Highway District (ACHD)
Roadways to Bikeways Bike Master Plan Update
Meetings: Mondays at 6pm
April 3, June 5, July 10
ACHD is seeking help from citizens to update the 2009 Roadways to Bikeways Bike Master Plan. Learn more.

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy would like you to urge Congress to prioritize funding for transportation and safe walking and biking programs. More info here.
Do you have walking and/or biking related events, accomplishments or issues going on in your community? Let us know and we can help get the word out to your local media outlets. Because the more people hear about the work being done to ensure active transportation is healthy, safe and reliable, the safer we can make our roadways for all Idahoans. Contact Robyn by email,, or phone, 208-345-1105.
Webinars, conferences and other resources on active transportation issues:
Toolkit Resources

Perils for Pedestrians
Video Episodes

Smart Growth America
Webinar Recap

U.S. Department of Transportation
Toolkit Resources

U.S. Department of Transportation
Toolkit Resources

Voices for Healthy Kids
Toolkit Resources
Don't miss these stories, reports, plans, etc. on walking and biking issues:

America Walks
Walkable communities are healthy, wealthy & wise: a fact sheet from the Transit-Walkability Collaborative

Copenhagen’s latest piece of cycle infrastructure is a “stupid, stupid bridge”

Better Bike Share Partnership
Memphis bike share will be private, nonprofit, and community-led

Bike Portland
Metro’s new Vision Zero video is brilliant

Canadians Association for Physicians for the Environment
Prescribing active travel for healthy people and a healthy planet: a toolkit for health professionals

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Status report for “Step It Up!” the Surgeon General’s call to action to promote walking and walkable communities
Can Prague reclaim its most famous public space?

Fixing a fractured Paris

How bike helmet laws do more harm than good

The invention of jaywalking

No, police should not fine cyclists who wear headphones

Oslo is on track for a car-free future

Portland’s next density spurt

Portland wants to make bike share work for disabled riders

Rebuilding the ‘kingdom of bicycles’

This magic Dutch traffic light helps bicyclists avoid stopping

Why the Jane Jacobs vs. Robert Moses battle still matters

Why the streets of Copenhagen and Amsterdam look so different from ours

The world’s most elegant public transit campaign

The Economist
How not to create traffic jams, pollution and urban sprawl

European Cyclists' Federation
Smarter cycling series: putting data and artificial intelligence at the heart of bike share schemes

Tax breaks for bike commuters – a European trend

Fast Company
This app lets your company pay you to bike to work

Federal Highway Administration
Fostering livable communities newsletter

How the supercomputer in our pockets can help with road redesign

Governors Highway Safety Association
Pedestrian traffic fatalities by state: 2016 preliminary data

Greater Greater Washington
Arlington will likely require less parking near Metro stations

Lauren McLean keeps Boise booming

The Guardian
Did Seattle’s mandatory helmet law kill off its bike-share scheme?

HUB Cycling
Let’s UnGapTheMap and create a safer and healthier Metro Vancouver

Idaho Business Review
Boise City Hall will get a new main entrance plaza

Boise Elevated advances improvements for final plat approvals

Boise residents want electric bikes on public trails

Design elements for Bannock at St. Luke's could allow for cars

First look at design for Fifth and Sixth as two-way streets

Idaho Statesman
Boise GreenBike expansion will bring bike sharing to parks, North End, businesses

Can Idaho Gives 2017 raise the equivalent of $1 for every Idaho adult? Organizers want to try on Thursday

St. Luke's holds community meeting on Boise expansion April 6

When Boise’s Greenbelt re-opens, missing bridge will become major headache on west end

League of American Bicyclists
Bicycling and walking in the U.S. benchmarking project

Mobility Lab
How often is that bike lane blocked? A crowdsourced tool takes a look.

With online shopping on the rise, cities look to address congestion impacts of deliveries

Momentum Mag
Cyclepreneurs: DC Cycling Concierge

Next City
Are “rogue” bike-share systems bad for cities?

Denver and Philly ask residents: how do our streets work for you?

Silicon Valley has a plan for building “stress-free” bike network

Who has the healthiest hearts in the world

2016 annual report

Providence’s mayor invests in Broad Street’s Latino culture, bikes included

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Governors group calls for alcohol safety programs for bikers, walkers

Lessons from Savannah

Parking is a commodity, not an experience

Infrastructure for distracted pedestrians: streetlights in the ground

Joined at the hip: transit use and walkability

New York’s public transit still failing to provide access by wheelchair

So long Pronto! Today is Seattle bikeshare’s last day

Virginia Beach: still hating on anything that’s not a car

Public Square
Great idea: incremental development

More Americans now work full-time from home than walk and bike to office jobs

How about walkable “small town-ism?”

Smart Growth America
The walkup wake-up call: New York

St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Leaders hope renovated Arch grounds will bring people downtown

State of Place
A walk to remember?

The backstory and aftermath of Philly’s teen bicycle freeway takeover

The country’s newest biking boomtown looks to the next level

Get ready for more PSAs blaming traffic violence victims for “drunk walking”

How a Toledo mom stopped a destructive road widening

How U.S. bike planning has changed, state by state

Mexico City may abolish its parking minimums

The new park at Wrigley takes space away from cars and gives it to people

The Today Show completely botched its coverage of America’s pedestrian safety crisis

Strong Towns
The invisible bike riders

The Tennessean
Nashville to require more developers provide sidewalks

Transport Oakland
Enforcing safe pedestrian access during Oakland’s construction boom

Voices for Healthy Kids
Progress in Idaho: House Bill 334 for Safe Routes to School

Low cost pedestrian improvements

The Washington Post
Study finds more evidence for ‘walking while black’

The brilliant simplicity of New York’s New Times Square

Turns out, a horrifying number of people use their phones while driving
Did you know you can support active transportation while you shop? It’s something you have to do anyway, so make every purchase count.
Fred Meyer
Community Rewards


Link your Fred Meyer rewards card to Idaho Walk Bike Alliance (#91348), scan it every time you pay, and we'll receive donations from their Community Rewards program, at no extra cost to you. It's easy to do, so sign up to link your card today!

Shop online at AmazonSmile, choose Idaho Walk Bike Alliance as your charity of choice, and 0.5% of each qualified purchase will be donated to us, with no extra fees for you. Sign up now!

Visit our website for step-by-step instructions.
Thank You
to Our Supporters!

Corporate Members
All-Star Photo
Bardenay Restaurant and Distillery
Boise Consumer Co-op
Cedar St. Bistro
City of Trees Marathon Association Inc.
Connections Credit Union
France Farms
Got Trail? LLC
The Grove Hotel
Hayden Canyon Charter School
Holzer Edwards Injury Lawyers
Idaho Pour Authority
Idaho Power
Kimberling Insurance Agency
Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
The Modern Hotel and Bar
Pend d'Oreille Winery
POWER Engineers
Precision Engineering, LLC
Race to Robie Creek
St. Luke's Health System
Timberline Investments LLC
Tom Scott Communication Shop

Transportation Organizations
ACHD Commuteride
Boise GreenBike
Bonneville Metropolitan Planning Organization
Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho

Idaho Falls

Member Groups
Bike Walk Nampa
Conservation Voters for Idaho
Friends of the Weiser River Trail
Idaho Falls Community Pathways
Latah Trail Foundation
North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation
Ride Idaho
Teton Valley Trails and Pathways
Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance

Bike / Sports Shops
Foot Dynamics
George's Cycles & Fitness
Greasy Fingers Bikes N Repair
Idaho Mountain Touring
Reed Cycle
Shu's Idaho Running Company

American Heart Association
American Stroke Association
Clif Bar Family Foundation
Equinox Foundation
LOR Foundation
Voices for Healthy Kids

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