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Walk! Bike! Fun!

Minnesota’s best practice curriculum for youth walking and biking safety. Learn more and get involved.

For Teachers, Educators, & School Administrators 

Detailed lesson plans, free trainings (CEUs), adaptive toolkit, supplemental materials, use of BikeMN equipment fleets…Learn how Walk! Bike! Fun! can work for your classroom and students!

For Parents, Volunteers, & Students

Bring Walk! Bike! Fun! home to your neighborhood! Guides and support for parents and community volunteers, fun activities for students…See how Walk! Bike! Fun! can keep working outside of the classroom!

Apply to Host a Walk! Bike! Fun! – Part 2 training

By submitting this application you are expressing interest that as a host you will help coordinate with the Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota a successful date, assist in locating a suitable facility for the training, and help coordinate logistics for set-up. Hosts identify and invite stakeholders to the training, and may be identified as a follow-up contact. 

Note: Completion of this application does not guarantee your community will be selected to host a training – selection is competitive and based on an internal scoring scale. The Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota reserves the right to select communities based on identified needs, engagement, and geographic distribution.  

Success Stories

St. Charles

“Our kids are trained for that because we’ve done BikeMN stuff before with our fleet. We’re going to be ahead because our kids are trained. We’re going to have a big boost of review in the first couple weeks of school.”


Since starting BWF three years ago, Katie said that students have really enjoyed the unit and biked in all conditions — rain, sleet, snow, and beautiful weather too.

New York Mills

How can we make physical activity and safety fun for students? New York Mills and Henning School Districts were excited to collaborate on efforts to purchase 40 mountain bikes and a 20-foot enclosed trailer to house the bikes with a Minnesota Department of Transportation grant.


“I’d say my students and I have biked every street in town,” said Cody Gross, Physical Education Teacher at Blackduck Public Schools. Located just a hop, skip, or an easy bike ride from Chippewa National Forest and its namesake, Blackduck Lake, the Blackduck Public Schools has its ducks in a row when it comes to bicycling.