SpokeFest is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which supports bicycle education, bicycle safety, and promotes the many beneficial uses of bicycles for transportation and a healthy, active lifestyle. Our organization and its goals are supported by sponsorships and donations. Rider registration fees do not cover all of the expenses of SpokeFest. Please consider volunteering or making a donation to support the SpokeFest Association. Donations to SpokeFest are deductible under federal tax law.
If you would like to become a sponsor or donor, please contact us. SpokeFest couldn't happen without the tremendous effort from our Volunteers. Volunteer Sponsor Wanna be a volunteer, and know that you are doing a great thing for our community?
If you have questions, would like more information, or encounter barriers regarding volunteering, please E-MAIL US! firstname.lastname@example.org
We'd like to recognize our "Captains" of the different areas of the event for 2016, and as many of the volunteer groups as we can. Many thanks to each and every person, even if your name does not appear below.
Registration and Packet Pickup Captain: Sally Phillips. Volunteer Group: Spokane Bicycle Club
Graphic Design: Tom Bowman. A special thanks for design of printed materials, t-shirt design, and for our 10th Anniversary.....jerseys!!!
Course Logistics Captain: Dave Silver & Gino Lisiecki (Round and Round Productions)
Course Marshalls Captains: Rich Kuhling
Food stops Captain: Jim O'Hare & Mark Nervig
Mechanical Support Captain: Tim Arnold (Bicycle Butler)
Volunteers & Volunteer Party Captain: Ana Matthews & Vicky Daniels
Sponsors Captain: Kathy Chase
PR: Anna Bresnahan
Start Area Captain: Kelly Stevens
Medical Support Captains: Angela Matson (Kaiser Permanente) and Ed Reisman (Providence/Kaiser Permanente)
SpokeFest Booth Captain: Chris Schnug
SpokeFair Captain: Phil Bridgers (Mountain Gear)
Sag Drivers Captain: Murray Allen & Burke Blevins
Entertainment Captain: Bill Bender
Recycling Captain: Jim O'Hare
Cartography: Roger Chase
Printing: Spokesman Review
We'd also like to thank the following volunteer groups:
Spokane Bicycle Club
Springhill Bible Church
Spokane Bike Swap and Expo
Inland Church Spokane
WSU Student Association
Boy Scout Troop 430
Thanks to these folks for mechanical support at the event: REI, 2 Wheel Transit, Bike Hub, Bicycle Butler
And to Spokey, for taking time out of his busy life!
SpokeFest REI 21 Mile River Loop: This 21-mile route covers some of Spokane's most beautiful riding, including the Aubrey L. White Parkway, Riverside State Park and a finish atop of the Spokane Falls.
SpokeFest Spokane Falls 9 Mile Loop:Shortcut the REI River Loop into a 9 mile ride.
SpokeFest Spokesman OUTDOORS Half Century:A 29 mile add-on to the Classic River Loop, for a total of 50 miles.
Check out this Hank Greer Video!
See our Photo and Video page from 2013 and prior SpokeFests
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