Mission Statement
Founded in 2007, South Windsor Walk and Wheel Ways (SWW&WW) is a volunteer organization of people living and working in South Windsor. Our mission is to create and implement a comprehensive plan to provide safe non-motorized passages for the community by expanding and linking trails, neighborhoods, transportation, public premises and open spaces within our community and to other towns.


Join us at our meetings: South Windsor Walk & Wheel Ways meets on the first Wednesday of each month. The monthly meetings are held at 7pm at the South Windsor Parks and Recreation Department - South Windsor Parks and Recreation Facility. For more information click the Meeting Info link above.


                             Donations       Bike Rack Cost Share       
               2020 Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community Award 
              2016 Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community Award
              2012 Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community Award
               2011 Honorable Mention as a Bicycle Friendly Community 
              For more information visit: The League of American Bicyclists 

*NEW*Cycling Club

South Windsor Walk and Wheel Ways Programs

To view our current offerings, click the image below.
To register for select programs, click REGISTER

4th Grade Bicycle Safety Education Program Seeking Volunteers

Help 4th grade students master bicycle safety skills, hand signals, changing gears and rules of the road. This program is held in the spring and fall at SW elementary schools.
For more information and to volunteer contact swwandww@cox.net.
Pleasant Valley School tentative dates: April 17, 18, 20, 21and 24. Rain dates: April 25.
Eli Terry Elementary School tentative dates: May 30, June 1, June 2, and June 5. Rain Date June 6.

May is National Bike Month

Here are some suggestions for biking this month from the League of American Bicyclists and South Windsor Walk & Wheel Ways

    In addition to being National Bike Month, May is Mental Health Month. The benefits of exercising for physical health have been promoted for decades, and it’s increasingly  recognized that physical activity benefits mental health, as well. Our well-being, physically and mentally, is in focus right now. We don’t talk often enough about the mental health benefits of biking, including reducing stress and anxiety, and improving happiness, mental focus, and sleep. You don't have to put on Lycra or bike up a mountain to get these effects. Short and regular physical activity will go a long way to a cumulative effect on your health. This May, we’re not only encouraging people to bike because it is fun, but also because it feels good and is good for you.



      Cross Town Trails Letter
    Size (Kb): 130 KB
    Last Updated: 2/6/2023
    Category: Walk and Wheel Ways