Idaho Falls Bike Events

Bike Month Events in Idaho Falls

Date Event       Time Short Description
May 1 - 19 Bike Challenge   Students in District 91 & 93, ride your bikes to school as many times as you can during these three (3) weeks all that ride for twelve days will get a free t-shirt from Smith Chevrolet and a chance to win a brand new bike from Bill’s Bike and Run! Watch for more information to be given to students at school.  Thanks to "Safe Routes to School" for their contribution and support to this event.  
May 3 Bike Month Opening Social/Fundraiser 6:30 pm-8:30 pm Meet at the Waterfront (1220 Event Center Dr.), in Snake River Landing from 6:30pm to
8:30pm. Join members from the Bike Pedestrian Advisory Committee to kick off Bike
Month. This event will include live music by Random Sam, food, drinks, kids activities,
FREE bike raffles, bike related booths and so much more… 
May 10 National Bike to School Day   Bike to School Day is a national event that gives communities across the country the opportunity to join together in bicycling to school on the same day. The event, an exciting celebration for both those new to the experience and those who have been two-wheeling to school for years, is part of the movement for year-round safe routes to school, and encourages bicycling to school as a healthy way for kids and families to make their school commute.
May 14 Mayor's Ride 6:30 pm  Meet at McCowin Park at 6pm for a community ride with your local Mayor. Ride begins
at 6:30pm and will highlight Ammon and Idaho Falls’ bike infrastructure. After riding to
Community Park, the ride will lead riders back to McCowin Park for refreshments.
May 15 Ride of Silence 6 pm  Join riders at Dave’s Bike Shop, 341 Broadway, for a moment of silence and ride to commemorate those that have lost their lives while cycling. 
May 15 - 19 National Bike to Work Week   Log your rides with Idaho Mountain Training that week and get a chance to win great prizes.  
May 19 Bike to Work Day 6 pm  Sponsored by the League of American Bicyclist, National Bike Month is an opportunity to celebrate the unique power of the bicycle and the many reasons we ride. Whether you bike to work or school; to save money or time; to preserve your health or the environment; to explore your community or get to your destination, get involved in Bike Month in our area by Biking to Work — and help get more people in your community out riding too!
MAY 21 Ride of Silence   Meet at Dave’s Bike Shop at 6pm for a moment of silence and ride to commemorate
those that have lost their lives while cycling.
May 23 & 25 District 93 5th Grade Bike Education & Ride   This event includes all elementary schools in School District 93. The 5th grade students have the opportunity to learn about bike safety and skills in the class room. The students, parents, teachers and volunteers ride their bikes to the Iona City Park or Peterson Park. The students have of chance to use the skills they have learned in the classroom and then are offered a picnic and games (sponsored by the YMCA) at the park. After which they ride back to the schools. This is the 10h annual event made possible through the Safe Routes to School.
June 3 The Adventure Ride 10 am - 12 pm This event is brought to the community by the City of Idaho Falls Department of Parks and Recreation and is a great family adventure! Follow clues that will take you through downtown Idaho Falls and all along the River Walk to reach checkpoints and earn a chance to win awesome prizes. The ride will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Snake River Landing Pier.
The event is sponsored by the Idaho Falls Civitan Club, Bonneville Metropolitan Planning Organization (BMPO), Idaho Mountain Trading, Bill’s Bike & Run, Dave's Bike Shop, Wackerli Subaru and Idaho Falls Community Pathways.

JUNE 4 - 8: Bike to Work Week   Log your daily rides with Idaho Mountain Trading on their Facebook page every day that
week to have a chance to win great prizes. Prizes include biking gear from Trek. 
Have questions or want to get more information about an event?  Please call DaNiel at (208) 612-8509.