Thank you for being part of Bike Travel Weekend & Bike Your Park Day, with over 870 rides and more than 6,300 participants in all 50 U. S. states and 17 countries.
Please send us your photos from the weekend and tag them on social with #biketravelweekend and #bikeyourpark.
The Parks, Peaks and Prairies ride challenge runs through December 31. Sign up at resport.io/ppp and enjoy your ride!
Save the dates for Bike Travel Weekend, June 4 – 6, 2021, and Bike Your Park Day, September 25, 2021.
The Anchorage Park Foundation & Bike Anchorage encourage families to get outside on September 26 - Bike Your Park Day.
Anchorage's four main multi-use paved trails--the Lanie Fleischer Chester Creek Trail, Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Campbell Creek Trail, and Ship Creek Trail--can be connected to each other through city streets to form a 32-mile bike loop in the shape of a moose. Navigate your moose-shaped journey using this map - https://anchorageparkfoundation.org/moose-loop-trail/
Riders are encouraged to wear a mask and practice safe social distancing as you follow the moose loop chalk stencils to connect the trails together. It is a long but relatively easy route with 1000 ft. elevation gain over 32 miles.
One tricky intersection is along the Campbell Creek Trail at Lake Otis Parkway. Volunteers will be at Campbell Park from 2 pm to 5 pm - with petitions to BUILD A SAFE CROSSING at this location. Sign the petition, pick up a free moose loop sticker and enjoy your parks!
Registration for this event is currently closed. Check back soon for the launch of Bicycle Travel Weekend for 2021!