Austin Bike Month Activities

Get your rear in gear

Bike to Third Thursday

Arrive by bike to this monthly street festival that spans Guadalupe South of 38th all the way through the UT Drag.

Bike to Work Day

The perfect day to test-drive bicycle commuting. Take advantage of the following free breakfast stations from 7 to 9am.

Downtown: Whole Foods Market, 6th and Lamar

Downtown: Wahoo's Fish Taco, 509 Rio Grande

Central: Wheatsville Food Co-op, 3101 Guadalupe Street

North Central: Thunderbird Coffee, 1401 W. Koenig Ln.

North: Buck's Bikes, Jollyville one block north of Oak Knoll

North: Austin Cycling Association and Clif Bar, Shoal Creek Boulevard at the Far West Boulevard bridge

South Central: Bouldin Creek Coffeehouse, 1501 S. First

South: Bicycle Sport Shop, 517 S. Lamar

South: Jack & Adam's Bicycles, 1210 Barton Springs Rd.

East: Yellow Bike Project workshop at Treasure City, 1720 E. 12th

For more info, contact Chris Gross, 436-5570, or e-mail

11th Annual Political Pedal

Your chance to cruise with an array of local elected officials. Beginning at 4:30pm at City Hall, the leisurely ride breezes through Downtown and ends up at Doc's MotorWorks Bar & Grill on South Congress, where happy hour ensues until 7pm – a joint shindig for Bike to Work Day participants. Download a map at For more info, contact Elliott McFadden.

Commuter and Bakery Ride

Meet at Wheatsville Co-op (3101 Guadalupe) at 9am Saturday for a bike-commuting tutorial followed by an Austin bakery tour running from Hyde Park to Southeast Austin.

For a full list of Bike Month activities going on through the end of May, see

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