Bike to Work Month in DFW
National Bike to Work Week is May 16-22, 2022. Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 20. NCTCOG encourages residents to commute by bike or other sustainable transportation modes, in support of the national event initiated by the League of American Bicyclists.
Local Bike Month Events in DFW:
City of Frisco - Participate in the Frisco Tour de Four or the monthly Roll with the Council ride during Bike Month.
City of Lewisville - Bike with Mayor TJ Gilmore and other local officials on a group ride along the DCTA Rail Trail. Start at the DCTA Highland Village/Lewisville Lake station at 8:30 am on Saturday, May 21.
City of North Richland Hills - 'Round the Town with Oscar monthly bike rides are Rollin' on through '22! Join the City of NRH and Mayor Trevino on Tuesday, May 3 at 6:30 pm at NRH20 Family Water Park, 9001 Blvd 26.
DART - hosting Bike to Work Day breakfast stops at three stations (Tyler Vernon, Farmers Branch, CityLine/Bush) from 7-9 am on Friday, May 20.
BikeDFW and TryParkingIt are teaming up for the inaugural DFW Bike Month Challenge! Sign up, ride your bike, get rewarded!
Local Bike Resources:
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Bicycling safety tips and advice:
- Bicycle Safety Tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
- Look Out Texans Safety Tips
Don't forget to log your commute at TryParkingIt.com.
The success of past Bike to Work Day events is evidence that more and more residents of the Dallas-Fort Worth area are deciding to commute sustainably and do their part to improve air quality standards in the region. With each commute made by a sustainable mode of transportation, the region as a whole reaps the benefits of reduced traffic congestion and pushes us closer to achieving air quality attainment standards. Our goal is to ensure the needs of sustainable commuters are met so more individuals are encouraged to participate.
For questions or additional information, please contact Julie Anderson.