Take a May Bike Challenge
Thank you for riding with us last year during the 2017 Bike Everywhere Month! Now help us make 2018 the best one yet. Check out this year's list of Washington state bike challenges below to get started, and keep riding year-round with our volunteer-led Free Group Rides and Cascade's major event rides. For more bike related events, visit our community calendar.
No matter where you live in Washington State, you can find a spring bike challenge to log your bike trips on and compete for prizes and bragging rights. Find a Challenge in your area from the list below and join the fun!
Looking for a bike challenge in May? Sign up for the 2018 Washington Bikes Bike Everywhere Challenge
The following challenges are still being confirmed. Check back for more details at the end of March.
Bellingham/Whatcom County: Bellingham and Whatcom County hold a Bike to Work and School Day that includes celebration stations offering treats and applause for everyone on a bike.
Cowlitz County: Stay tuned for more info on bike related events in Cowlitz County.
King and Snohomish Counties: Washington Bikes organizes the Bike Everywhere Challenge May 1-31.
Tacoma/Pierce County: Tacoma/Pierce County residents have two challenges to choose from for Bike Month: the Bike Commuter Challenge and their Bike Everywhere Challenge. Learn more at Pierce Trips’ Bike Month page.
Pullman: Pullman Parks & Recreation, Bike Month Challenge. Participants log their bike miles on a calendar throughout the month to become eligible for prize drawings. Lincoln Middle School organizes a Bike to School Day on May 9.
Skagit County: Bike Walk Mount Vernon has partnered with Cascade Bicycle Club to bring a Bike Month Challenge to the region via the Skagit Valley League. Bike Walk MV also organizes Bike to School Day and Bike to Work Day events.
Thurston County: Intercity Transit, Bicycle Commuter Contest in May – the longest running bike challenge in Washington! They also host Bike Stations on Bike to Work Day.
Tri-Cities (Richland, Kennewick, Pasco): Check with Bike Tri-Cities (formerly 3 Rivers Bicycle Coalition).