May is National Bike Month, promoted by the League of American Bicyclists and celebrated in communities from coast to coast. Whether you bike to work or school; ride to save money or time; pump those pedals to preserve your health or the environment; or simply to explore your community, National Bike Month is an opportunity to celebrate the unique power of the bicycle and the many reasons we ride.
Learn more about National Bike Month!
Follow our Facebook pages for all upcoming activities, keep scrolling to see how you can celebrate Bike Month in Beaumont! Don't forget to share your experiences on social media and tag the City!
May 1 | Small Business Saturday Ride
Ride to your favorite local small business and take a picture in front of it and tag #BMTbikemonth and the business name!
May 2 - 8 | Star Wars Ride - Tie Fighter Challenge
May the Fourth be with your ride!
May 9 - 15 | Ride Where the Pros Ride
See if you have what it takes to ride the former Redlands Bicycle Classic route through Beaumont and Cherry Valley!
May 16 - 22 | Design a helmet contest
Use our template to color the ultimate bicycle helmet design!
May 21 | Bike to Work Day
May 23 - 30 | Bike Scavenger Hunt
In honor of National Scavenger Hunt Day on May 24, see if you can find these Bike Month items!
Bike Month Bingo | all month!
All completed bingo cards will be entered into a prize drawing at the end of the month!
Please note that by participating in this event I agree, on behalf of myself and/or on behalf of my minor child, and hereby waive in advance any and all actions or causes of action and claims for injury or property damage which I may have, or which may hereafter accrue to me, my heirs or other successors as a result of my participation in any activity, or activities incidental thereto, (hereinafter referred to as the “activity”) of the City of Beaumont. This is intended to release and hold harmless the City of Beaumont and it’s elected officials, officers, employees, contractors and agents.
I understand that I must be in good health prior to participating in the activity. I understand that serious accidents occasionally occur to participants during such an activity, transportation to or from such an activity, and during activities incidental to such an activity. Knowing these risks, I expressly assume those risks and agree that under no circumstances will I, or any of my heirs or successors present any claim or action against the City of Beaumont.
I hereby represent that I understand and am familiar with the nature of the activities in which I (or my child) will participate in this recreation program. I personally read, understand and agree to this release.
We’ll be gathering and sharing stories from members of our community about why they like to bike in Durham. We want to hear from you! What are your reasons for biking in Durham? Tag us in your photos and you may be featured on our social accounts!
I HAVEN’T BIKED FOR A WHILE. HOW CAN I MAKE SURE MY BIKE IS SAFE TO RIDE?
Watch this short video to learn how to conduct a basic ABC Bike Check before your ride.
AM I WEARING THEIR HELMET RIGHT?
Watch this short video to see how to fit your helmet correctly.
THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE ON THE TRAIL. WHAT IS THE RIGHT ETIQUETTE TO SHARING A TRAIL WITH PEOPLE WALKING, BIKING AND ROLLERBLADING?
Watch this short video on how to gracefully share the trail with other users.