Riding a bike is a fun way to exercise, explore your community, enjoy nature, build friendships and get where you need to go. It's free transportation and good for the environment. Check out our resources to put safety first and to find routes, whether you like exploring towns or heading to greenways.
Looking for company? Join a club to be a part of a community of Triangle riders and walkers. Locate bike mentors or other cyclists who share a route and schedule similar to yours through our Share the Ride NC program. Biking is for all ages.
If your biggest obstacle to biking is finding a safe route, check out our maps and guides to help you navigate a path where you feel comfortable.
Municipal/County Bicycling Maps
Help Plan a Better Bicycle Network in Raleigh: The City of Raleigh has contracted with Ride Report to plan for better bike facilities. Ride Report collects anonymous data using a mobile app that automatically detects bicycle travel. Users can rate their ride at the end of each trip. Learn more about Ride Report.
Most area buses are equipped with bike racks on the front of each vehicle. These easy-to-use bike racks can hold two bikes and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn more.
Get rewarded for your smart commute with GoPerks! Whether you ride the bus, bike, walk, carpool or travel by vanpool, if you track your trip, you'll earn great rewards! Learn more.
Chapel Hill & Carrboro Area offer a bike opportunity through The ReCYCLEry program.
In Durham, the Durham Bike Co-op offers earn-a-bike programming.