Updates

League Cycling Instructors (LCIs) are certified to teach the Smart Cycling classes using the League of American Bicyclist (LAB) curriculum. Their goal is to help people feel more secure about getting on a bike, to create a mindset that bikes are treated as a vehicle, and to ensure that people on bicycles know how to ride safely and legally. LCIs are members of the LAB and have completed an intense 3-day seminar training. LAB certified instructors are active within the bicycling community and are covered by the LAB liability insurance. Raleigh is hosting a LCI Seminar June 15-17 at the Walnut Creek Wetland Center. Register for the seminar here.

CommuteSmart Raleigh and GoTriangle are providing two scholarships to the Raleigh LCI Seminar for active and experienced bicyclists in the community. The scholarship will cover the cost of the LCI Seminar ($350) for two participants. No travel costs, late fees, or other costs will be covered. A successful applicant will be required to lead/assist with one Bike to Work Day Pit Stop or a Smart Cycling Class within one year of completing the LCI Seminar. For more information and to fill out the scholarship, click here.

 BikeRaleigh and Oaks & Spokes have teamed up to present a Smart Cycling Skills class! This class is geared to anyone looking to improve their confidence riding a bicycle in the street and wanting to practice techniques to help them be a safe and smart rider! 

 On Tuesday, January 23rd, the City of Raleigh and Oaks and Spokes co-hosted an open house for the West Street CycleTrack. Over 100 folks gathered to learn more, provide input and view the designs for the pilot  project. Thanks to every single one of you who came out! If you were unable to attend, unfamiliar with the project or would like to view the designs again head to the City of Raleigh site hereWe are also collecting project feedback until February 28th from a short survey we put together. If you would like to provide your comments, head here

Check out our new slogan for the WalkRaleigh brand! We chose "for all walks of life" because we felt it best described our efforts towards making walking easy and available for all ages and abilities in Raleigh! Thanks to everyone who got their creative juices flowing and sent us a submission to the contest. 

 Daylight Savings ended Sunday, November 5th and most people's commutes to and from work are now a lot darker. We at the City of Raleigh want to help you be seen while riding your bike, walking or waiting for the bus! Here is a coupon for 15% off reflective gear and/or bike lights at participating stores. 

Upcoming Event

Wed Apr 25, 2018 @18:00 -
Crank Arm Weekly Ride

Join Crank Arm every Wednesday for a no drop group ride. Meet at Crank Arm at 6, depart at 6:30. Rides are typically between 10 and 15 miles.

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