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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh RSS FeedSome Fly In and Some Drive In, Others Bike In
Bicycles at EAA AirVenture are permitted, with restrictions
  
Pilots, who have flown in, and people who camp during AirVenture week find it convenient to bike to and from the event. Others, who wish to avoid parking and have quicker mobility around the perimeter, choose to bike as well.

EAA AirVenture grounds have undergone reconstruction but still provide six locations for parking bicycles: one near the Ultralight barn; one at the F-Lot, between Camp Scholler and Exhibit Hangar D; one outside the new Main Gate; one east of the bus park, near Forest Home Avenue; one at the North 40 admissions gate, near the Warbirds area; and one at the AirVenture Museum.

Each bicycle parking location is equipped with a rack or a fence to park bicycles. John Faeh, EAA security manager, advises those with bicycles to come prepared with locks and chains to secure bicycles at parking locations.

EAA AirVenture welcomes all types of transportation: planes, helicopters, RVs, trams, and even bicycles. However, bicycles may only be ridden in camp grounds or on the roads that lead to AirVenture grounds. In addition, people who park their bicycles at the AirVenture Museum can take the shuttle bus to the bus park outside the Main Gate.

Due to pedestrian traffic, bicycles are not permitted beyond the AirVenture gates and fences or the flightline.

FUTURE AIRVENTURE DATES: 2014: July 28-Aug. 3; 2015: July 20-26; 2016: July 25-31; 2017: July 24-30
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