Bike throughout the month of May

Last Updated: 5/16/2016

Join others this May by riding your bike for errands, recreation, fitness, and commuting! May is Bike Month is a coordinated regional effort that brings visibility to bicycling as healthy and fun form of transportation, and reminds people to think about bicycling safely. 

Each year Bike Month challenges residents in the region, through friendly competition, to log two million miles of bicycling collectively. Last year participants of all ages logged more than 1.8 million miles in the Sacramento region.

Go to www.mayisbikemonth.com and log your miles for a chance to win prizes! As miles are logged, the website will track the region's cumulative progress toward bicycling two million miles in May.  


Energizer Stations
Stop by the Energizer Station and learn how you can participate in May is Bike Month, grab a quick snack, and maybe even win a prize! The event is supported by the Sacramento Area Council of Governments and the City of Roseville.

Wednesday, May 4
4 - 6:30 p.m.
Sculpture Park on the Miner's Ravine Trail


Wednesday, May 18
6:30 - 8:30 am
Northbound Foothills Blvd. in front of FedEx Ground


Free Basic Bicycle Maintenance Clinic
Timely bicycle maintenance can prevent a serious crash as well as inconveniences that ruin a ride. This clinic covers tools to have with you, fixing a flat tire, basic brake adjustments, basic derailleur adjustments (shifting), and caring for your drive train (chain, cassette, chain ring). 

Wednesday, May 11
7 - 8 p.m.
Roseville Cyclery, 404 Vernon St.
RSVP to sschooley@roseville.ca.us. Please include your t-shirt size if you haven't yet received your May is Bike Month shirt.


For more information about Roseville’s bike trails, safe bicycling techniques, and bike commuting information, visit www.roseville.ca.us/bikeways. Or visit the Alternative Transportation office at 401 Vernon St.

May is Bike Month is a regional bike promotion organized by the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG). Prizes are paid for by Transportation Demand Management funds from SACOG.