Bullseye Bicycle's Thursty Thursday

From their web site:

Come be part of the best party on wheels in Durham! Our monthly leisurely cruiser (pace) ride will meander around downtown and surrounding areas with a couple of refreshment breaks along the way. Meet at Bullseye around 7PM for last minute “adjustments” before a cruising departure time of 730.

Be sure to check the Bullseye Facebook Page for updates!

Bikes, Beers, and Bratwurst: The 2nd Annual Ride for Choice

Join our second annual Ride for Choice!

Bikes, Beer, and Bratwurst, Sunday afternoon, April 26, 2015, Carrboro, NC.

Combine your love of cycling and your love of Planned Parenthood!

Make a plan today to be a rider in our Ride for Choice. Chose between a 24 or 54mile ride, fully supported with SAG wagon, rest stops, mechanic, and sweepers. After the ride, we'll party at Town Commons with beers, bratwursts, pizza, and more. We'll also have great music by local favorites, The Pneurotics and Charlotte-based, Amigo.


Giro d'Italia - 98th Edition

The first Grand Tour (3 week cycling race) of the 2015 season. 21 stages and 3482 kilometers covered.

Kicks off May 9, 2015.

L'enfer du Nord - Paris-Roubaix race

The greatest one-day cycling race on the calendar! Paris-Roubaix, L'enfer du Nord, the Queen of the Classics!

257 kilometers over some of the worst roads in northern France.

April 12, 2015.

Durham's Bicycle Friendly Community Feedback Report

The League of American Bicyclists' recommendations for Durham are here. For the second time in a row, Durham was designated a "Bronze" Bicycle Friendly Community. The award from the League starts at the Bronze level, and continue with Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond.

We'll be re-evaluated by the League in 2018, and the city is encouraged to implement as many of the League's recommendations as possible before that time.

Bike Durham Board Applicant Meet & Greet

Are you interested in becoming a board member? Come to our meet & greet at Fullsteam from 3:00pm to 4:00pm on Saturday! You'll have a chance to meet current board members and future ones. And drink a beer or two. We hope to see you there!

Bike Durham Statement on the deaths of three Durham cyclists

Durham Deserves Better.

The tragic news of three Durham cyclists killed by motorists in just six weeks shines a bright spotlight on the current state of bicycling in Durham.

While it is true that no glaring changes have occurred in our cycling community in recent months that can be cited as potential causes for these tragedies, it is equally true that the city, county and state are not doing enough to mitigate them. Durham development and density continues to increase and infrastructure for cyclists is not keeping pace.

Durham Bike CoOp and Bike Durham Holiday Party and Lights Ride

Happy holidays to all of Durham's wonderful non-motorized folk (the motorized ones are not too bad, either). To celebrate the season and try to stave off the cold weather, Durham Bike Co-op and Bike Durham are getting together for a holiday party and lights ride.

Starting at 5:30 pm on Saturday December 6th, we are gathering at Durham Bike Coop at 715 Washington Street (entrance around the back) for drinks and a potluck dinner. Some food and drink will be provided, but we encourage you to bring some of your own to help give us a truly delightful holiday smörgåsbord.

Bike Durham Education Committee Meeting

The Bike Durham Education Committee meets the second Tuesday of every month to work on education and outreach efforts. New participants and ideas are always welcome.
December location:
115 N Duke St, Durham, NC 27701

Questions? Contact Christin Lampkowski at christin.lampkowski@gmail.com

Public Forum & Memorial Ride for Tony Morris Turner, Kent Winberry, & Pamela Lane

We are deeply saddened by the tragic killing of Tony Morris Turner this weekend by a hit and run driver on N. Roxboro, and of the recent deaths of Durham cyclists Kent Winberry on W. Chapel Hill St and Pamela Lane killed while cycling in Chapel Hill.

These tragedies are not ok. They underscore our city and state's lack of priority for the safety for non-motorized road users.

Bike Durham is committed to continually pushing for across-the-board changes to make our communities safer and to helping cyclists operate as safely as possible.


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