Through Heartland Bike Share's Community Challenge grant from AARP Livable Communities and AARP Nebraska, we bring you our fall series events Bike Share for All with BikeLNK.
At BikeLNK, we recognize the tremendous benefit that bike share can serve individuals of all ages in the ability to live healthy, active lives in their community. Through Bike Share for All, we aim to educate and engage the Lincoln community - particularly aging adults -about the many benefits to using bike share. Bike share offers accessible, affordable transportation while also providing recreational opportunities on Lincoln's streets and trails.
All ages are welcome at this series of "come-and-go" events across Lincoln. Each event will feature bike share demonstrations of the checkout and return process, access to test ride BikeLNK's pedal-assist ebikes, and the opportunity to ask all your safe riding questions to a League of American Bicyclists League Cycling Instructor.
Our event series kicked off September 18th at Union Plaza, and with another on October 5th at Bethany Park. Look forward to two more monthly events coming later this October and November:
October 22nd - Woods Park - Rogers Memorial Dr. - 11 AM - 2 PM
November 12th -Tierra/Briarhurst Park - S. 27th & Tierra - 11 AM - 2 PM
Plus all who attend one of our fall series events also receive a 30% discount on BikeLNK's Aluminum Access membership, which gives users unlimited 1-hour rides on BikeLNK for 1 YEAR! Think of all the places you can travel and connect with in Lincoln!
Make biking part of your regular routine with bike share in Lincoln!
BikeLNK for All with BikeLNK events are supported through Heartland Bike Share's 2022 Community Challenge grant from AARP Livable Communities and AARP Nebraska. For more information about this action-oriented grants, please visit their website at: https://www.aarp.org/livable-communities/community-challenge/.
Heartland Bike Share is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that exists for the development, promotion and operation of bike sharing programs throughout the Heartland region for the benefit of the general public, aimed at promoting health and quality of life as well as mitigating climate change and promoting the use of sustainable and equitableforms of transportation.