Go further: Learn how to load your bike on the bus!

Thursday Sep. 23rd, 2021

Streamline’s zero-fare bus service connects people in the Gallatin Valley to the places they want to go. And you can go even further when you bring your bike!

The ability to bring your bike along when you ride the bus opens up many opportunities for community members. You can bring your bike to recreational areas, or take the bus to a location near your work or shopping location and ride your bike the rest of the way. It’s a great way to get exercise while keeping our air clean and reducing traffic congestion and demand for parking. Streamline benefits us all!

Loading your bike onto the bus is easy and you can learn how at Bike Your Park, from 9 a.m. to noon, at Gallatin County Regional Park.

Streamline will be on-site providing information on its new East-West Brownline route and will show visitors how to load their bikes onto the bus. Not to mention, Streamline will be handing out free t-shirts and swag too! We hope to see you there!

More information on Bike Your Park:

Hosted by City of Bozeman, Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Western Transportation Institute and Streamline Bus.

9 AM - NOON - Unofficial starting points are Gallatin Regional Park and Rose Park but you may enter the ride at any park or trail along the route.

Flat route on a variety of surfaces including gravel and paved surfaces; human wayfinding; guided or self- guided ride; pop-up road crossing interventions; bike decorating; interactive engagement stations within parks including functional fitness, City of Bozeman Rec Mobile, bike-loading demonstration from Streamline Bus, adult tricycles and more! Prizes! All-ages!

More information including self-guided route map coming soon to the following websites: https://www.bozeman.net/city-projects/parks-rec-trails-plan