Bike Month 2014
May 3 – BikeAbility Event - Fire Station #4 Training Grounds, 9 a.m. – Noon, 101 Weaver Dairy Road Extension – Join this event designed to encourage all people to use a bicycle as a way to get around including to and from work. Specifically there will be a display and opportunity for testing bikes for those with special needs. Open to all ages.
May 7 – International Bike to School Day and Chapel Hill Bike to Work Day - Students, parents, professionals are all encouraged to cycle/walk during peak travel hours of the day rather than using a car!
May 8 – UNC’s Bike to Work with Heels Event, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Come by the Beach Cafe and enjoy time with UNC Staff regarding cycling to and from work and best strategies for using every way to get there EXCEPT by car!
May 12 – Special Bike Store Discounts – Available All Day
May 13 – Carrboro’s Bike Breakfast Workshop, 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., Armadillo Cafe Parking Lot. Join in the fun for getting your bike ready to use for cycling safety and ways to get to and from work. Gather information about various bike advocacy groups, wrenching tents, free coffee and hot biscuits and great giveaways promoting cycling to and from work!
May 14 – Free Bike Inspections at Bike Shops in Chapel Hill and Carrboro
May 16 – National Bike to Work Day
May 16 – Switching Gears Bike Night– 6 pm to 9 pm The Plaza at 140 West Franklin Street – Night for cyclists of all ages and especially those considering cycling to and from work in the next 12 months! Join the DSI Comedy group to enjoy bike humor and events including Gold Sprints, Bikes on Bus Workshop and Timing Competition, Children’s safety events, helmet decorating, slow races, duck racing and MORE!
Bike Alliance Chapel Hill and Carrboro’s Bike Coalition will have cycling groups meeting at outer lying areas in Chapel Hill and Cycle-In to The Plaza together!
Friday’s Through June 27, Live & Local - The Plaza at 140 West Event Series: April 25th begins a series of Friday night concerts and entertainment at The Plaza at 140 West Franklin in Chapel Hill. All Friday nights we encourage folks to Walk/Bike – In and join the crowd for this great set of entertainers each Friday night through the end of June!
Bike Coffee Break Days – all month there will be Coffee Stands that will pop up in the downtown area. Stations will encourage the use of alternative transportation for the 1st time OR to be incorporated into daily life on a regular basis! Joe – The Switching Gears Duck will be offering a Free-Cuppa-Joe (sponsored by several local coffee shops) and be available for selfies that can be posted to his Facebook Go Joe page!
Chapel Hill Transit offers residents a free and dependable way of traveling throughout the Town without the need for a personal automobile. Think of all the gas money that can be saved by using Chapel Hill Transit! Additionally, using Chapel Hill Transit comes with the satisfaction of knowing you have played a role in reducing the automobile emissions that harm our health and contribute to congestion. Even if you live outside of Chapel Hill, there are regional transit systems as well as Park n’Rides on the fringes of Town.
Chapel Hill Transit System Map
Please click on the image for links to other maps.
Plan Your Next Trip
- Go Triangle Trip Planner–for all of your local and regional transit needs.
- Nextbus–Up to date wait times for all Chapel Hill Transit lines.