May is National Bike Month, a time for leisurely rides though the city and exploring the world in ways impossible from a car ride. Not only is it an excellent way to get your recommended 30 minutes of daily physical activity, but with rising gas prices your wallet may thank you for putting the car keys down during the week and taking a bike ride instead.
Cycling can be a solo or social activity. Check out some of Frisco’s bike trails with a friend or on your own.
If you’re looking for more social activities check out these activities organized by the City of Frisco.
May 20 – Bike to Work Day, opens a new window
Shawnee Trail and Preston Ridge Cycling Clubs will have energizer stations set up at The Colony Connector and on Taychas Trail at 121. Stations will run from 6:30–8:30am and 3:30–6:30pm.
May 21 – Roll with the Council, 10:00am–1:00pm, opens a new window
A monthly bike ride with members of the Frisco City Council. A perfect time to get to know your City Council members while riding through Frisco’s parks, discovering public arts, and learning more about Frisco. Click the link above to see the bike route for May’s meeting.
Looking for some fiction and nonfiction reads on cycling? Look no further and check out our reading lists below.
National Bike Month , opens a new window
Celebrate National Bike month in May and learn the unique power of the bicycle and the many reasons to ride. Check out these books that showcase the history of cycling, how to repair and maintain your bike, plus many other benefits of bicycling.
The thrill of bike riding doesn't have to end when you lower the kickstand.