Board VP Position Open!

Bike passion runs in your blood. You follow nonprofits on Facebook and subscribe to national bicycle organizations’ email newsletters. You and your friends plan the next weekend bike trip or bike ride to brunch. You have either a law degree or CPA certification under your belt, and you want more people in Spokane to be empowered by riding and educating about bicycles!

These are qualities that we envision in our next Board Vice President, but they are not requirements.

We are on the lookout for our next Vice President to serve on Pedals2People’s Board of Directors. You will tag team with me and Team Pedals as we spread the love for biking in and around Spokane! Please submit a letter of intent and resume to




or Like on Facebook to share the search!

Slow Race is Slowly Approaching


Ok, so it’s still two Saturdays away, but we wanted to keep you informed….Here’s the scoop.

P2P will be at The Lantern Tap House between 12-3 pm Jan 17th hosting a slow race, and New Belgium Brewing will provide the prizes. Also, when you purchase a New Belgium Brew, our little bike org will get a portion of the proceeds.
We’ll bring the bikes. You bring your skills! You’ll need to…

1. Ride provided bike on the marked course.
2. Forward motion shall be provided by the muscles of the rider.
3. No part of the competitor’s body may touch the ground.
4. The bicycle must maintain forward motion at all times.
5. The bicycle must remain within the boundaries of the course.

Shop on Amazon: Give to Pedals2People

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If you’re shopping at Amazon this holiday season, start HERE, and they will donate to pedals2people! This charitable program is called AmazonSmile, and it makes it easy for you to give a little.

  • AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service.
  • Support Pedals by starting your shopping at

Thanks for your support!

Welcome New Board Member: Jeff Juel

JeffJuelJeff Juel recently joined Pedals2People Board of Directors in October. He has worked with conservation groups for 25 years, helping to preserve and restore public lands. He as also been a school psychologist and environmental activist. Jeff has lived in Spokane for over six years and enjoys many of the outdoor activities the region offers. He prefers riding bikes far more that commuting in cars, likes tinkering with bikes, and loves the feeling of freedom that riding provides.


Board Profile: Sara Stiles

Sara is serving her first term as Member at Large while living and working in Spokane. She grew up in Spokane, attended the University of Portland and returned to the Valley to work as an elementary school teacher. Passionate about her community, Sara spends her free time volunteering, attending local events, and supporting Spokane’s art and biking communities.