May is Bike Month! 

The Bike the Triangle challenge encourages and rewards cyclists for choosing a healthy and active transportation choice. From May 1st – 31st, cyclists will earn points by choosing bicycling as their travel mode and tracking those bicycle trips on Share the Ride NC.

Cycling trips can include trips for commutes to work, errands, adventure, or health and fitness. Individual cyclists or teams of cyclists record each bicycle trip to earn points and get entered in drawings for prizes.


Are you ready for the Bike the Triangle challenge? Visit Share the Ride NC to get started!



Register at Share the Ride NC ( or by downloading the STRNC app.

app store         google play



Here are events and rides near you!

Check back throughout the month as sites are updated with more in-person and virtual opportunities.

Apex  Cary  Carrboro & Chapel Hill  Durham    

Raleigh  Rolesville  RTP  Wake Tech 



Check out these webinars and scroll down to find events and rides happening in your area!


Bike-Friendly Driving

Designed to teach all drivers the best ways to share the road with people on bicycles.

Find the Right Bike for You

Local cyclists who know what it's like to ride a bike in the Triangle will walk you through selecting a bicycle based on how and where you ride, your body and abilities, and your budget.

Diversity in Cycling: Finding Your Bike Community

Webinar to help individuals identify cycling communities in terms of individuals they connect with - whether by race, gender, age, experience level, type of riding, or other community characteristics that create a more comfortable environment for a bike ride with confidence.


The webinar discussed cycling and weather preparedness in the Triangle.

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: Triangle Trails Webinar 

Web event discussing the magnificent trails of the Triangle with Wake County Commissioner Sig Hutchinson.

Triangle Bike Groups

Cycling group identifiers like gender, sexual orientation, age, race, experience, disabilities, skill level, and type of riding are a means of connecting our community. is a resource to help people find cycling groups.

Stay up to date on Biking Events

* indicates required