Third Annual Bozeman Bike Count - Volunteers Needed

Counting Bicycles
Bozeman’s third annual bicycle count is scheduled to coincide with the national bike count between 5 and 7pm on Tues. Sept 10th, Wed Sept 11th, and Thurs Sept 12th.

In 2011 Bozeman volunteers counted over 4,700 bicyclists at 12 locations and 5,519 bicyclists at 15 locations in 2012!   Please volunteer a few hours to document bicycle use and promote improved bike facilities.  Your volunteer time will help ensure accurate data which will be provided to our local, state, and federal governments as well as non-profit organizations to better our cycling infrastructure and programs.  

To sign up for a volunteer slot, pick your chosen time (or times) by using our "Sign Up Genius" here:

Upon sign up you will receive an email with the count forms and instructions.  You will also have the option to set up a time to meet in person to answer any questions if you feel it necessary.  Please share this link with friends who may want to get involved in creating a more bicycle friendly Bozeman.

This message is brought to you by the Bozeman Area Bicycle Advisory Board (BABAB) Members

Get Ready for the Double Nickels in the Dirt this Weekend

Morganzo 55 to run on Aug. 10, 2013

The date has been set for the 2013 running of the Morganzo 55: Double Nickels on the Grime. Join us August 10th at the corner of Dry Creek & Theisen Roads at 9am for 55 miles of gorgeous gravel.

  • No entry fee.
  • No support.
  • First one done gets first crack at the beer.
Last year's inaugural was a blast so we'll spread the word more broadly this time around.

More info as the date nears.

Just Do It

Inspiring story about building a better community.

How did that road get there that we ride our bikes on?
  It was paid for by taxpayers and built by the city employees.

How did that dirt path get there that we ride our mountain bikes on?