Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Rack 'N' Roll Fundraiser next Friday, March 2

The Waukesha Business Improvement District and Carroll University are putting together a food sampling event to raise funds for bike racks in downtown Waukesha:

Friday, March 2  7:00 p.m.
$35/1 ticket; $60/2 tickets
Carroll University
Stackner Ballroom
101 N East Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53186

Buy tickets through the BID
The BID is still looking for corporate sponsors for the event, which will also have a raffle, a silent auction, and a cash bar.  There will also be live music from The Memphis Connection, thanks to PNC bank.

We'll be there for sure!

Saturday, February 18, 2012


Before the doors opened..

WBA with artistic bike rack information and Cafe de Arts coffee.

Busy all day!

Waukesha's Scott Stoll, who's bicycled around the world!

You could find just about any part you were looking for.

Bikes for all ages & sizes.

The first annual Waukesha Bike Swap was a hit! As all the vendors spots sold out this past week, we still had no clue what kind of reception it would have. If you've been to other swap meets, there's the initial opening rush, then after an hour or two things die down and most vendors are packed up by noon. We had a moderate line at the 9am opening and then people continued to stream through all day. Most vendors stayed right up to 2:00 when we had to shut down so everyone seemed to have a great time. Huge thanks to Todd Reynolds of Cyclesmith for organinzing this event, all the WBA volunteers for helping out, and Cafe de Arts for supplying the coffee! Proceeds from the event will be put towards the artistic bike racks and Waukesha Bike Week in May.


Sunday, February 5, 2012

Upcoming Events...

Waukesha's first annual Bike Swap is coming up February 18th. If you're looking for deals on bikes or parts this is the place to be! Part of the proceeds go to the Waukesha Bicyle Alliance.

February 21st is the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin's annual Bike Summit. If you care about cycling in Wisconsin and you're community, please try to make this event. There will seminars on bike advocacy, lobbying sessions to meet with your elected representatives and a catered lunch. What better excuse to take off work on a Tuesday? Register here!