Pedal Missoula is organizing over 10 fueling stations across Missoula to support people riding their bikes to work during National Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 17th.
A “fueling station” is a coffee shop, restaurant, grocery store or bike shop that is offering a discount on coffee or pastries to people on bikes during rush hour.
During the morning commute, participating businesses include Bernice’s Bakery, Big Sky Bikes, Break Espresso, Burns Street Bistro, Caffe Dolce, Dog & Bicycle, Good Food Store, Great Harvest Bread Company, Market on Front, and Ninja Mikes.
Pedal Missoula will host “Breakfast on the Bridges” along the Milwaukee Trail at Orange Street with free coffee from Black Coffee Roasting Company and free doughnuts from VEERA Plant Based from 7:30 to 9:30 AM.
Hellgate Cyclery will host a happy hour at their bike shop during the evening commute.
Pedal Missoula is also providing free bike valet service during the Clark Fork Farmers Market in May, from 8 am to 1 pm.
People biking to the market drop-off their bike under the Higgins Ave Bridge.
Volunteers will place it in our secure holding area until the owner returns.
This free bicycle valet service provides secure, convenient bicycle parking located next to the multi-use path along the Clark Fork River, under the Higgins Ave Bridge.
Pedal Missoula is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects individuals, businesses and community leaders to promote riding bikes for transportation and casual recreation in Missoula, Montana.