May is Bike Month
Join with partners across Snohomish County to celebrate the many benefits of bicycling for transportation and recreation this May.
Snohomish County Events & Activities
Snohomish County Bike Month Challenge
Track your the number of miles and trips you ride. You can make this either a personal challenge or form a team up to ten individuals.
Join the "Snohomish County Bike Month Challenge" group to participate in the Snohomish County Bike Month Challenge.
Team Captains' Toolkit: Sample emails to recruit team members, ideas for motivating your team.
Workplace Toolkit: Sample emails to recruit team captains and participants, ideas for motivating your employees to participate.
Bike Everywhere Day: Friday, May 21
Every year, one day is more special than them all, just to celebrate you for riding your bike.
Celebration Station at Everett Station: 7am-12pm
Join Everett Transit, Everett Station District Alliance, Sharing Wheels, and Snotrac at Everett Station (3201 Smith Ave, Everett WA), as we celebrate your month-long efforts with swag, tune-ups, and bike registrations.
Panel Discussion on Local Bike Infrastructure: 12:30-2pm
As part of Snotrac's bi-monthly Partners Meeting, join an online panel discussion with local Snohomish County transportation planners about their efforts to build bike infrastructure in their communities.
Celebration Station at Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop: 1-4pm
In the afternoon, Sharing Wheels will host another celebration station at their bike shop (2531 Broadway, Everett — shop faces alley in back).
South Snohomish County: May 1–31
Edmonds, Lynnwood, and Mountlake Terrace are hosting a Bike2Month Bingo. Learn more & participate.
Sharing Wheels: May 21 – June 30
Sharing Wheels is organizing a 6-week-long Bike Bingo game for Snohomish County. There will be a weekly prize drawing for everyone who submits a bingo, and a grand prize drawing will be held in early July. Sign-up
Bike Safety Checks, Repair Classes at Sharing Wheels
Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop, 2531 Broadway (parking and entrance in the back)
Every-other Tuesday, 4pm: Free Fix-A-Flat Class
Saturday, May 8, 10am-1pm: Free bike safety checks & minor repairs help
Sunday, May 9, 12-4pm: Free bike safety checks & minor repairs help
Wednesday, May 12: Basic Bike Maintenance Class. Register
Speaker Forum: Ed Bronsdon of Outdoors for All: May 27
Snohomish County Transportation Coalition's speaker forum on Thursday, May 27, 12-1 p.m., will feature Ed Bronsdon, Executive Director of the Outdoors for All Foundation. Outdoors for All is a national leader in delivering adaptive and therapeutic recreation for children and adults with disabilities. Each year more than 3,000 individuals exercise their abilities thanks to the training and support of more than 850 volunteers. Outdoors for All’s many programs include its Adaptive Cycling Center that provides free daily rentals of any of the 250 adaptive cycles and custom events with schools, hospitals, and parks departments to bring an adaptive recreation experience directly to their community.
Snohomish County Partners
More Bike Month Events
May 5, National Bike to School Day
May 20, Free screening of "All Bodies on Bikes" documentary followed by a Q&A with the film's stars and filmmakers
Bike Index. If your bike is ever stolen, you'll have wished you had already registered it on Bike Index, the most effective community-based tool for recovering stolen bikes.