Pedal Missoula organizes creative bikey fun.

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Providing secure and centrally located bike parking using valet bike parking eliminates the hassle of figuring out where to lock up. Plus, it’s more convenient than a bike rack; just leave your lights, bags and helmet with your bike! Valet bike parking is great for businesses hosting events (First Fridays, grand openings, etc.), popular entertainment events (concerts, sporting events, etc.), private parties or weddings, and bicycle-focused events, rides or races.

Social, slow-paced group bicycle rides around the city center are becoming more and more popular in cities across the country. In Missoula, we have Bike Disco! We ride our bikes around Missoula to our favorite bridges and tunnels. Route is usually five to ten miles long and takes around two hours because of frequent stops for socializing!

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Every Wednesday from 7:15 to 8:15 AM, people ride bikes to a local park to hang out for Coffee Outside MSLA (#coffeeoutsideMSLA). We bring camp coffee setups, water, and mugs to brew beans donated by Black Coffee Roasting Company. If you don't have a camp coffee set-up, stop by anyway—we'll brew you coffee, just bring a mug. We'd love to share good conversation and a warm beverage (even tea!) with you.

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We love to take a break from riding bikes to watch bicycle-themed movies! We’ve screened Filmed by Bike at the Roxy Theater, an event we look forward to bringing back in September for Walk & Roll Week! We also invited Daniel Malloy, owner of Tumbleweed Bicycle Company, to come to town to talk about El Silencio, a short movie his company produced about bicycle touring in Peru. If you’d like to screen a bicycle-related movie in Missoula, please get in touch!

We lead a monthly social bike ride from the heart of Missoula to the beautiful gravel, dirt tracks, and residential roads that surround our town called Missoula Mayhem. We recommend wider tires and/or confident bike handling skills as we seek out various terrain conditions. This is a no-drop ride with a spirited pace.

Other rides and events pop up as demand and desire dictate. We love to collaborate with individuals, organizations and businesses to organize bike rides and events.

If you have an idea, let us know by sending an email to pedalmissoula@gmail.com or by reaching out on social media.