Register for Bike Walk Civics online

Bike Walk Civics is a workshop that teaches participants how to become powerful bike and walk advocates in their community. To make our communities places where more people walk and bike to the store, park, jobs, and school, we need many more people getting active and effective. Participating in community meetings and saying bike (and walk) is the first step. If you are past that step and want training to be a more effective advocate, join us!

We have scheduled a five session online workshop on Thursdays from 12-1 pm in March with exciting speakers.  Register here for the workshop to learn how you can make walking and biking better in your community.

Bike Walk Civics Training Schedule:

March 2nd-  Making the Case for Walking and Biking, Laws and Design

March 9th-  Navigating Government Processes: Planning and Funding

March 16th- Building Partnerships: Allies and Electeds

March 23rd- Inspiring Change: Media and Field Trips

March 30th- Forward! Building an Advocacy Agenda & Momentum

Thank you to the American Heart Association for supporting the creation of the project materials and pilot trainings.


Bike Walk Civics is for  concerned neighbors, bike club members, civic groups, neighborhood organizations, and other groups, as well as individuals who are interested in bike and walk advocacy.

Bike Walk Civics Trainings Include:

  • Tips for making the walking and biking case

  • Current and next generation Infrastructure and design, technical terms, and safety tips

  • How local government works and how to do a walk/bike audit

  • Strategies for equitable active transportation planning & advocacy

  • Guest speakers such as city planners, funders, and elected officials

  • Support to develop an action plan for improving walking and biking in your community

Click below to register for the series of five workshops on Thursdays, March 2-March 30th from 12-1 pm. Gain great tools and resources to bring back to your community to make walking and biking better.

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About Carolyn Dvorak, Southwest Region Director

Carolyn lives in La Crosse with her husband and two daughters. She has loved riding a bicycle throughout her life. She enjoys working in the La Crosse area helping to create great places to bicycle.

2 thoughts on “Register for Bike Walk Civics online

  1. Hi,
    Because I work in a school, I cannot attend these workshops. Is it possible to have them archived for later viewing? I’m not at a desk, or on an hourly schedule (think of school bells and 47 minute classes…), so 12-1 doesn’t work, but I’d love to watch the videos!!

    Please let me know.
    Allison Murray

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