Who We Are

  • To minimize the number of injuries and deaths by educating cyclists about safe gear, safe riding, and overall road safety.
  • To promote a better shared experience for all users through awareness of traffic laws and rules of the road.
  • To strengthen community and family ties through cycling-related programs and events.
To educate and promote safety and harmony between cyclists and others who share the road, as well as strengthen community and family ties through cycling-related programs and events.
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  • Ongoing bicycle safety programs for adults and children
  • Television programs on bicycle safety education
  • Annual bicycle skills rodeo for children
  • Bicycle riding program for senior citizens

2018 TOTALS

Amount Raised

Helmets Donated

Total Volunteer Hours

NW BICYCLE SAFETY COUNCIL

NWBSC operates solely on volunteer energy. No money is paid out to individuals - donations purchase the product we need to succeed - HELMETS!
 
As with any other organization, we have had to adapt to change and modify our distribution tactics while never losing sight of our objective:  
 
OUR MISSION
To educate and promote safety and harmony between cyclists and others who share the road, as well as strengthen community and family ties through cycling-related programs and events.
 
In 2019 our objective is to continue to provide helmets, without cost to the recipients, to vulnerable heads in our community. 
 
We will devote our resources to various community activities at which we will fit and/or supply helmets.  Additionally, helmets will be disbursed on a per need basis.  Calls come in from schools or parents expressing a need and we make every endeavor to fill it. Some of our members have helmets at the ready to share when we observe a helmet is lacking.
 
NW Bicycle Safety Council relies heavily on donated financial support for our endeavors.  If you have personally benefited from a helmet on your head during a crash, or you know those who credit a helmet for literally saving their lives, you know why we continue our efforts. 
 
Thank you again for your confidence in our organization and ongoing support.
 
Finally, I encourage you to watch our public access television show, Cycology Today live the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m on Comcast channel 11 and Frontier channel 22 with replays on Frontier channel 21. You can access past shows on our website,  “Cycology TV Show”, or search YouTube. Yet another NWBSC volunteer activity to promote cycling and safe riding.
 
Respectfully yours,
Ann Morrow
President, NW Bicycle Safety Council
Help us fit helmets on heads at organized events - training provided!

Help us fit helmets on heads at organized events - training provided!

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