The Conquer the Cold Challenge motivates you to #OwnWinter by earning prizes for your cold weather commutes!

EVENTS


Challenge Yourself!

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  • Women/Trans Winter Repair Workshops hosted by Common Cycle                 When:  Jan. 11, 2018 from 6pm-8pm
    Where: Adventure Leadership Rental Center ("Elbel Building, 336 Hill Street, Ann Arbor)        Cost: FREE! 
    ​What: A primary goal of these sessions is to provide a supportive space and to build community among people of underrepresented genders who are interested in working on/riding bikes. Of course, we welcome trans women, non-binary, and gender non-conforming folks to attend. Click HERE for more info.

  • Chill Out and #OWNWINTER Info Session & Mixer
    When: Tuesday, Jan. 16th from 5:30pm-8:30pm
    Where: Arbor Brewing Tap Room, 114 E. Washington St.                                                            Cost: Free admission - you purchase your food and beverages 
    What: Come celebrate winter commuting! Get information about commuting options and how to make your winter commute easier. Talk with other commuters, win prizes

  • WORST DAY OF THE YEAR RIDE                                                                                     When: Sunday, Jan. 21st - rides start at 12:30, 1:00, 1:30 & 2:00pm
    Where: Start: Kerrytown Farmer's Market   - End: Conor O'Neill's                                                Cost: Free admission, hot soup & bike parking - you purchase your food and beverages
    What: This is the thirteenth annual Worst Day of the Year Ride! This free event always promises to be a fun filled, snowy day of riding. A variety of routes to choose from. Have fun and win prizes! Register HERE.

  • Bike Summit 2018: Solutions
    When: Sunday, Feb. 11th from 1pm-4pm
    Where: Menlo Innovations, 505 E. Liberty St. Ann Arbor                                                      Cost: Free admission - Register HERE
    What: Join area bicycle advocates and enthusiasts for the fourth annual Bike Summit as we gather to make Washtenaw County more bike friendly. Together we will celebrate progress and successes over the past year and design actionable solutions for the upcoming year around the themes of Community, Culture, Education, and Infrastructure.

    Whether you want to get more involved in the local biking community, learn about area bike groups or organizations, or just meet other bike enthusiasts, we want you to join us!