CARRBOBO, N.C. -- This May, the Town of Carrboro is celebrating Bike Month!
“I urge all Carrboro residents to have fun this month by riding a bike,” said Mayor Lydia Lavelle, who proclaimed Bike Month in Carrboro.
Established in 1956 and promoted by the League of American Bicyclists, National Bike Month has been celebrated in communities from coast to coast.
Open to everyone, the Town of Carrboro and community partners are planning events to encourage new riders by showcasing the many benefits of biking, such as enjoying the outdoors and using active transportation options to commute.
Thanks to our partners, including the Town of Chapel Hill, the Carrboro Bicycle Coalition, Orange County Commuter Options, and UNC Transportation and Parking.
Carrboro Bike Month
- May 5 – Bike to School Day
- May 6 – “Find the Right Bike For You” virtual event from GoTriangle – 2 p.m. RSVP to receive the link at https://gotriangle.wufoo.com/forms/p1rp4p0u0d07f93/
- May 14 – Taco Truck Tour – 7 p.m. at ReCYCLEry
- May 17-23 – Bike to Work Week
- May 18 – Bike to Work Day Afternoon Snack – 4 to 6 p.m. at Libba Cotten Greenway
- May 21 – Salute Heroes & Bike to Work/School – Decorate Your Bike
- May 21 – Full Moon Ride – QRC Cruiser Ride – 8 p.m. Queer Ride Carrboro – Meet at ReCYCLEry
- For more information above bike month events being held across the Triangle, visit: https://gotriangle.org/bikemonth