Bike to School Day is Wednesday, May 10, 2017

 Bikes outside a school fence 


Bike Safety Check

Saturday, May 6

12-3 p.m.

Challenge your skills in a bike obstacle course, enter to win a new bike, receive a free safety check and helmet adjustment, and get safety tips and more at The Bicycle Shop - Dimond.



The Bicycle Shop - Dimond

1801 W. Dimond Blvd.


‌In 2015, Gov. Bill Walker declared May 6, 2015 Bike to School Day in Anchorage. Read the proclamation‌

Anchorage School District students will be riding their bikes to celebrate Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 10. More than 50 schools and facilities will be participating in this event that promotes healthy habits, safe bicycling and a cleaner environment.


Health and Physical Education teachers and other staff are coordinating the event at schools. "Bike to School Day is a great opportunity for our students to explore a healthy alternative for getting to school. We're pleased to support this event that promotes safety and community benefits as well," said ASD Health and and Physical Education coordinator Melanie Sutton.


Students must wear a helmet to participate and should wear bright clothing. We suggest you help your student find a safe route to school. The Municipality of Anchorage Safe Routes Web page has maps that can help. Your school can also provide assistance.


Join the fun. Parents are invited to ride with their students to school.


Contact Kimberly Resheske for additional information.


Download the Bike to Schoolposter and flier to promote the event in your school!












Schools participating in Bike to School Day 2017

Check back soon for an updated list!



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