In 2011 a determined and amazing group of young people made a journey that changed their lives and the way they would see the world moving forward. One said, “This wasn’t just biking, there’s purpose for the tour, it just, kind-of-like, it woke us all up.” They noted that they “learned the struggle, accomplishment and untold history of people of color.”
2021 marks Triangle Bikeworks 10th anniversary and with it we celebrate the heroic accomplishment of the first SpokenRev Team to cycle a complete path of the Underground Railroad (almost 1800 miles).
¨ Frontline workers who provide essential services describe what it was like to travel to work every day through a global pandemic.
¨ Raleigh City Councilmember Corey Branch will provide the keynote address reviewing how Covid-19 affected our communities.
¨ GoTriangle will highlight the dramatic reduction of greenhouse gases by employees across the Triangle working from home & other smart commutes.
The GoPerks Golden Modes is a premiere event, highlighting the value and necessity of not only transit, but also carpooling, safe biking and walking options, productive telework programs and vanpools.
The spotlight will be on the individual commuters and organizations whose efforts lead the Triangle in Transportation Demand Management and identify methods of how to grow without traffic jams while returning to the workplace and attracting more jobs and international businesses to the Triangle.
The GoPerks incentive program encourages Triangle-area drivers to use sustainable, affordable commutes instead of driving alone. It supports GoTriangle’s goal of reducing traffic, helping employees save money, and improve the environment & quality of life by emission reductions by introducing prize drawings for smart commuters.
GoPerks Incentives Provided by 2020 & 2021 Sponsors
American Tobacco Campus, Way to Go Durham, RTP Foundation, Duke Parking & Transportation,
Springboard Promotions, Koka Booth Amphitheatre,
Commute with Enterprise, Association for Commuter Transportation Southeastern Chapter
Chapel Hill is Celebrating National Bike Month with Covid Careful Activity
Please Decorate For Bike To Work & School Day Friday, May 21, 2021
It is great to thank the frontline folks that have been there every day helping move us through the last year! As tomorrow comes, find a way to say thank you and if possible RIBBON YOUR BICYCLE as a salute to these great folks and bike to work or school! Happy Bike Month!
Get Great Rewards When Logging In Bike Miles This Month! Click image below for more details!
Watch this quick and informational video on all the bicycle types and how to know which one is best for your situation.
CONGRATULATION TO OAKS AND SPOKES’ National Award!!!
Raleigh’s Bicycle Advocacy Group, Oaks and Spokes, has been awarded the League of American Bicyclists National Bike Club Award for 2021~!!! If you haven’t checked out the group, be sure to enjoy exploring information at Oaks and Spokes- https://oaksandspokes.com/ !!! Under the leadership of Mary Sell and Nick Neptune, Chapel Hill is thrilled to send congratulations! GOOOOOO Oaks and Spokes!!!
Bike Friday Focus Part II – Low Gas Offers No Fee Cycling & Transit Opportunity!
May 6 – How to Find the Right Bike For You – May 6, Go Triangle’s Webinar – Whether you already own a bike or would like to, GoTriangle would like to help you find the right bike for you. To RSVP click Register Here for Bike Webinar for the May 6 webinar! #mayisbikemonth#goperks
Chapel Hill Parks – Bicycle to the Chapel Hill Parks and explore. Don’t forget to post a pic!
Maps – Check out the online Bike Map for bike facilities and trails and enjoy a day getting to know Chapel Hill.
Focus Fridays Bike – Watch for the Focus Friday Series for Bike Month Videos. Sign up for the Town’s E-News to view these and other great Chapel Hill stories and information!
Scavenger Hunt – Join in a BACH/Go Chapel Hill Bingo Scavenger Hunt – stay tuned for details!
May 21 – Decorate Your Bike in Salute to Frontline Heroes and Ride to Work or School on May 21st!
Searching for Ents – Read a good book – Lord of the Rings by Tolkien and find the 12 Hidden Ents on Bolin Creek Trail between Umstead Park and the Tunnel at Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. And DON’T FORGET TO POST PICTURES!!