Bicycle Benefits Program
Raleigh has launched a bicycle benefits program to reward bicycle friendly businesses and individuals and to promote safe cycling and sustainable options. Supporting businesses will be offering specials and discounts to cyclists who show their bicycle benefits helmet sticker. Go to any of the Bicycle Benefits Business Members in Raleigh to purchase your $5 helmet sticker.Learn more about Bicycle Benefits Program
BikeRaleigh Plan Update
The City of Raleigh has begun the process of updating its 2009 Bicycle Plan. Since the adoption of the 2009 plan, the City has been designated as a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, but there is still more to do to improve Raleigh’s bikeability. Throughout this planning process, we want to hear from you. Please use BikeRaleigh.org/BikePlan to learn more about the project and provide your input for making the Capital City a better place for bicycling.Sign Up to Receive Raleigh Bike Plan Updates
2009 Raleigh Bike Plan
In 2009, Raleigh adopted a Comprehensive Bicycle Plan that identifies existing bicycle needs and deficiencies, recommends over 440 miles of new bicycle infrastructure, and provides a program of action for addressing the immediate and long-term needs for bicyclists and bicycle facilities.
Chapter 1- Introduction
Chapter 2- Existing Conditions
Chapter 3- Demand & Benefit Analysis
Chapter 4- Bicycle Facility Network & Maps
Chapter 5- Program Recommendations
Chapter 6- Code & Policy Analysis
Chapter 7- Facility Standards
Chapter 8- Implementation
Have you checked out the new BikeRaleigh blog yet? You’ll find an interactive bike map, exciting information on a potential bike share program, and ways for you to join in on the conversation! Leave your comments with feedback on some of our posts!
Bike Share is Feasible in Raleigh!
The City of Raleigh has completed its bike share feasibility study! The report includes case studies from programs across the country, a community profile, and a summary of opportunities and challenges to launching a Raleigh bike share system. The next steps will be to complete an implementation plan for a bike share program!
Want to get involved? Go to our project website to learn about the project, take a short user survey, and view the suggested bike share station location report.
Art to Heart Corridor
The Art to Heart Corridor connects the North Carolina Museum of Art to the heart of Downtown Raleigh. Riding through the corridor, you will find beautiful sculptures, scenic college campuses, and historic landmarks.Learn more about Art to Heart Corridor
BikeRaleigh Map Version 2.0
The BikeRaleigh Map Version 2.0 is officially available! Get it while it's still hot! Copies of the bike map can be found at the following locations, while supplies last:
- 1 Exchange Plaza, Suite 727
- 222 West Hargett St. at the front desk
- Local bike shops
- Your neighborhood community center
The map highlights existing on-road bicycle facilities, GoRaleigh routes, the greenway system, and popular destinations. Also featured, is a system of preferred routes that are intended to help cyclists plan their trips. These routes were selected based on cyclist feedback, existing conditions, destinations, and connectivity. These routes may not be suitable for all experience levels, so please use caution when planning your trip.
- Download BikeRaleigh Map File size is large, download time may be lengthy
Coming Soon: BikeRaleigh interactive on-line map and mobile application!
Bicycle Commuter Profiles
Share your commuting experiences with us!See Profiles
Raleigh Bicycle Resources
We have compiled a list of resources to help our bicyclists in Raleigh.
Learn more about Raleigh Bicycle Resources