Bike The Woodlands Month is well underway and what a success it has been! Cyclists of all ages and abilities are taking advantage of the many events being held around The Woodlands to celebrate this growing tradition. But the fun’s not over! Bike The Woodlands Coalition, with the support of The Woodlands Township, has plenty more planned for the rest of the month!
And we can’t forget about the highlight of May’s bike events – Bike The Woodlands Day! This day culminates a month of fun activities and will feature one main hub and six neighborhood hubs: Black Walnut Café off Research Forest, Blue Mug Café in Sterling Ridge, Brooklyn Café in Panther Creek, Fielding’s Local Kitchen and Bar in Creekside, Lou Lou’s Beignets in Alden Bridge and Farmers’ Market at Grogan’s Mill.
Whole Foods Market will be the center of activities with exhibitors including ElectroBike, Bike Land, Bicycle World, Villa Sports, Bike The Woodlands Coalition, Repsol, The Woodlands Cycling Club and The Woodlands Township. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in a scavenger hunt, basic bike maintenance demos, chat with exhibitors, and receive a complimentary t-shirt with RSVP check-in.
When: Saturday, May 21, 2016
Time: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where: Whole Foods Market and Six Neighborhood Hub Locations
Reminder: Participants are encouraged to RSVP as space is limited for most events.
Bike The Woodlands 2016 is made possible through the generous support of its sponsors: The Woodlands Township, Bike Land, Bike Lane, Huntsman Corporation, Jones Carter, Repsol, Tile Roofs of Texas, Bicycle World, ElectroBike of Texas, VillaSport Athletic Club, Helen Bostock, Stacey and Ted Eicks, Carmen Mulraney , Black Walnut Café, Whole Foods Market, Blue Mug Café, Brooklyn Café, Fielding’s Local Kitchen + Bar, Lou Lou’s Beignets, The Woodlands Farmer’s Market at Grogan’s Mill, TXTRI, The Woodlands Cycling Club, Pure Barre Hughes Landing and The Woodlands Yoga Studio and Justin Zaizer.
Be sure to check out the gallery of recent Bike Month events below!