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 UPDATE 4 MAY 2017. Due to the threat of thunderstorms, the Capital City Bike Ride scheduled to take place on 5 May has been rescheduled to 26 May. Can you believe it? It's already time for Bike Month 2017! We have so many fun events for all ages and abilities happening between now and the end of May. Check below for a comprehensive list and links to registration pages of Bike Month events!

Bike Month at the Downtown Farmer's Market every Wednesday in May from 11 am to 2 pm 

Join us at City Plaza to help celebrate Bike Month! Stop by the CommuteSmart Raleigh table for giveaways and information on all bike month activities.

Oaks and Spokes Festival 5 May-14 May 

The fifth annual Oaks and Spokes festival will feature events such as a Bike Fashion Show, 7 Murals and 7 Stories ride, and a Light Up The Night Ride.

Capital City Bike Ride 26 May, 8:00 am to 9:30 am

Raleigh's signature Bike Month kick off. Join us at Dorothea Dix park for an easy, low stress ride throughout downtown. 

Marbles Kids Museum Bike Rodeo 6 May, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm 

This kids bike rodeo is co-hosted by Marbles Kids Museum and the Raleigh Police Department. Bike Rodeos are great ways for young cyclists to learn how to ride safely in a fun environment.

Bike MS Picnic and Ride 6 May, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Bring your friends and family out to Anderson Point Park for a fun day to celebrate Bike Month with Bike MS!

Bike to School Day 10 May

National Bike to School Day is held annually at schools and communities across the country. Visit the link above to participate at a school near you!

Bike/Walk/Bus Listening Session 16 May, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Raleigh's Department of Transportation is hosting a listening session for Southeast Raleigh residents to hear what matters most to them in regards to walking, biking and riding the bus. This event will be held at Chavis Park Community Center.

Ride of Silence 17 May, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

The Ride of Silence  is an annual event held across the country to honor those who have been injured or killed while bicycling.

Bike to Work Day 19 May, 7:00 am to 9:00 am

Biking is a fun and healthy way to get to work. Stop by one of our four pit stop locations for snacks and goodies!

Dorothea Dix Park Ride 20 May, 8:30 am to 10:30 am

Join Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources staff on a scenic bike ride through Dorothea Dix Park.

As always, we will be hosting a social media contest throughout Bike Month so don't forget to send us your pictures on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #bikeraleigh.  

Upcoming Event

Sat Oct 21, 2017 @08:00 -
TLC Saturday Multi Level Morning Ride

Meet at the shop in Lafayette Village at 8:00 am. Listed below are the mileage and speeds for each level.

A Level: 40-50 miles; 17-19 miles per hour

B Level: 40-50 miles; 14-16 miles per hour

C Level: 20-30 miles; 10-20 miles per hour (Greenway ride)

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