Montco Bikes 31

To celebrate National Bike Month, the Montgomery County Office of Public Health wants to encourage all Montco residents to bike every day for the entire month of May. That’s right, 31 days Bike 31 Ride Guide_Spanishof biking safely in your neighborhood, town, or at your local park or trail.Bike 31 Ride Guide

Join us for Montco Bikes 31 and check out our Ride Guide (to the right) in which you can check off each of your rides. Even if you can’t ride every day, see how many rides you can complete in May! Remember, always wear a helmet, closed-toed shoes, and check your tire air, brakes, and chains before riding.

Send your Ride Guide to by June 7 showing us how many rides you completed in May to be featured on our social media pages. (No identifying information will be collected or shared.)

For more fun, try these Tic Tac Toe boards!

Facebook Event

CFb Eventheck out our Facebook Event for participation details, tips, and activities for Montco residents of all ages throughout the month. Be sure to also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for additional activities and information about all of our Health Promotion programs. Use the hashtag #MontcoBikes31 when sharing about your rides! Happy biking!  

Questions or concerns about the event? Please feel free to email

Why Bike?

Montco Bikes 31 is a new initiative to encourage residents to get out and explore their community through biking. Biking is great for your health, your community, your planet, and your life!

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Why Bike - Health Benefits

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Why Bike - Overall Benefits
  1. Trail Information
  2. Bike Safety
  3. Bike & Roll to School Day

Trail Challenge

Looking for safe places to ride your bike? Check out the Montco Trail Challenge for new trails in Montgomery County to complete your Ride Guide (Spanish).

Bike Montco

Click here to learn more about Bike Montco: The Bicycle Plan for Montgomery County, which features an interactive map that highlights the thousands of miles of local streets throughout the county that are considered low-stress and which can be used comfortably by bicyclists and pedestrians. Check out the new app, entitled Low-Stress Streets for Bicyclists and Pedestrians, at Before you start pedaling, remember that the bicycle is considered a vehicle, so check out the Pennsylvania Bicycle Driver’s Manual.

This initiative is brought to you by the Montgomery County Office of Public Health Community Traffic Safety Program. For more information about our program offerings, including, bike, pedestrian, and school bus safety education, please contact us at