Bike to Work Week commuters and coffe drinkers on the Oak Leaf Trail.
Sustainability is her mission UWM's Kate Nelson next to a section of the school's 1300 linear feet of bike racks as well as its new air compressor.
U-Bike's coordinator Kyle Schulz (left) with fellow bike mechanic Dalton Schiebel
Nancy Morris' first week as a bike commuter - with her husband Chip. He's been commuting on two wheels for 17 years.
Evan Pack (right) chats with commuters on Oak Leaf Trail. He's collecting and cleaning up donated bikes to encourage more people to cycle.
Celebration of biking to work and the opening of the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin's Milwaukee office on Pierce Street. Bikers wound their way up and off the Hank Aaron Trail that meanders through the Menomonee River Valley.
When the final curtain falls on the Shorewood High School Drama Department's production of "Aida" this weekend, it will mark the end of an era for the theater community there. Barbara Gensler, who has led the drama department for forty-five years, has announced this production will be her last "big show" at the school.
The show is expected to draw not just local school and community members, but some of the thousands of alumni whose lives Gensler has influenced over the years.
WUWM's environmental reporter Susan Bence met some students taking part in the first-ever National Bike to School Day, which actually encourages kids to bike or walk to school. She caught up with the kids from Fernwood Montessori, located just east of the intersection of Kinnickinnic and Oklahoma.