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00000179-cdc6-d978-adfd-cfc6d7860000It’s Bike Month, and KMUW is celebrating all things bicycle.

Bike Month Profile: Kim Neufeld

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Kim Neufeld, president of Bike/Walk Wichita, offers advice on how to use your bike as transportation in addition to recreation.

For additional bike-to-work information, here's a piece in which Amy Delamaide talks about how to commute to work, especially with women's clothing: http://kmuw.org/post/bike-month-profile-amy-delamaide

And daily commuter Christina Calhoun explains how to share the road with cars: http://kmuw.org/post/bike-month-profile-christina-calhoun

Bike to Work Breakfast

There are six locations sponsoring a free breakfast for those who bike to work (or school, or the store, etc.) on Bike to Work Day, May 15th, between 6:30 - 9:00 a.m.

  • 2nd & Fountain Street
  • Johnson’s Garden Center – W. 13th
  • Hydraulic & Douglas area
  • Ark River Path – near The Keeper of the Plains
  • Ark River Path – near 25th
  • Street Bicycle X-Change – Douglas location

Here's a map to those breakfast locations:

The music for this piece is titled "Girl on a Bicycle," from the movie Il Postino.

When she's not out making lattes in her mobile coffee bus Sunflower Espresso, Kate Hutchens is a fill-in host for KMUW. She has worked in broadcast journalism at KFDI, Oregon Public Broadcasting, and at KMUW as Morning Edition host, which she did until March 2017.