Driftless Region Bicycle Coalition Supporters,

The DRBC would like to start by thanking you for your past support.  Everyone who rides knows getting more people on bikes more often makes better riding. With your help, we intend to continue that mission.  

A couple of ways you can help us is what you have done in the past, giving time helping at events and monetary support. The other is free of both. Follow us via the websiteemail or Facebook. We need to know you are there! Please send us your name or like us on Facebook so we can add you to our roster of cyclists who want a better bicycling environment here in the Coulee Region.

Here is what DRBC has been doing for the bicycling community this last year from October 2012 to October 2013:

Oct 2012

Light up the Night event at UWL Eagle Rec Center, Oct 18


Supported the 2nd Annual Bike Winter, (in conjunction with Wisconsin Bike Fed) various events between Feb 10 – Feb 23

Supported a Winter Riding Tips Workshop/Fashion Show at Earl’s Grocery and Saloon, Feb 17


Offered bike tips/education at Earth Fair at Myrick Park, Sunday April 21


Supported Fitness Festival, Saturday May 4

Assisted at Hamilton/SOTA Bike Rodeo, May 9

Organized Bike to Work Week Saturday May 12 – Friday May 18


Supported Summer Leisure Rides from the Wine Guyz


Organized Bike Valet at River Fest

Celebrated the City of La Crosse construction of a bump-out for the Bike Corral on 4th Street


La Crosse Public Library Bicycle Rodeo – Main Branch – Aug 2

Family Ride trail ride and camping at Perrot State Park – Aug 17

Bike Safety Rally – Franciscan Healthcare-Mayo Clinic Health System – Aug 31


Supported Bike Fest – Labor Day Weekend


Continue to expand DRBC Business Partners Program – businesses that offer great

discounts to DRBC Members!


Presently we are working on artistic style bike racks for the arts district in La Crosse, expanding bicycle recycle programs and creating events year round to help you ride, even in the winter.


The coming years in the bicycle community are looking pretty exciting. All around the US and the world people are looking back at the humble bicycle as a viable form of transporting themselves and cargo. Cities are seeing how the infrastructure for bicycles is a fraction of what it costs to accommodate an automobile and how cyclists tend to support more local business. People are starting to realize that their car is taking a very large chunk of their income. I personally like having an extra $9100 (AAA national average cost of ownership) in my pocket every year. Just having an extra $200 a month from not buying gas is pretty nice.

Riding bicycles helps save you money, makes you healthy, connects you with your community and put a smile on your face. We believe in ‘More People on Bikes More Often’.

Please help us continue our mission.


Michael Baker


Driftless Region Bicycle Coalition








Postal mail:

Driftless Region Bicycle Coalition

P.O. Box 423

La Crosse, WI 54602

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