2017 Shasta Bike Challenge May 1st - 31st

No. Trip Date User Team Work Trips School Trips Errand Trips Miles
0. 12-May-2013 12:56am

282 58 225 5765.877
0. 15-May-2013 8:54pm

262 25 248 6122.74
0. 19-May-2013 4:40pm

258 28 259 6488.53
0. 21-May-2013 10:40am

142 4 210 3830

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The Shasta Bike Challenge has come to an end but you can continue to log trips in the National Bike Challenge which runs until September 30th.  Questions? Call 229-8456 or email shastabikemonth@gmail.com.

Let's Start Riding

07-Jun-2017 Update

The Shasta Bike Challenge has come to an end! Check out the results below and take a look at this year's raffle prize winners!

Thank you to all the participants in making this year's Shasta Bike Challenge a huge success. We would also like to thank all the sponsors, organizations, team captains, and volunteers in promoting and supporting our local challenge.

Shasta Bike Challenge Results 2017

Shasta Bike Challenge Raffle Winners 2017

Although our local challenge has ended, the National Bike Challenge will continue until September 30th so keep on riding and show your support for cycling in our community!

Contact us at 229-8456 or Shasta Bike Month.

“You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a bicycle and that’s pretty close”.

Earlier Updates

What is the Shasta Bike Challenge?

The Shasta Bike Challenge is a collaborative effort of the bicycling community to engage new, old, and current cyclist to ride as much as they can whether it is for transportation or just for fun! Participants are entered into a free drawing for great prizes each day they ride their bicycle to work, school, or wherever they may want to go!  This year's 2017 Challenge is from May 1st to 31st.  The more days participants ride, the more likely they will win a prize.

Our local Shasta Bike Challenge is housed within the National Bike Challenge platform where we are able to compete not only locally (Shasta County) but across the entire Nation. All participants will register on the National Bike Challenge which will by default place individuals into the our Local Challenge based on location.

Note: All data from previous year's on the National Bike Challenges (Teams, Participants, Stats) has been removed. All team captains will need to register as a new workplace, school, or team.
Please use these links for more information and getting started:

How to Join the Shasta Bike Challenge

How Do I Join an Existing Workplace, Team, or School?

New Workplace Specific Instructions

How to Log Your Rides

What is the Shasta Bike Challenge vs National Challenge?

Scoring and Prizes

Why Strava?

Check out the National Bike Challenge Video Tutorial for full details.

Shasta Bike Month Event Poster (pdf)

Shasta Bike Month May Calendar (pdf)

Shasta Bike Month Calendar of Events with Full Details (pdf)

Looking for someone to ride with? Check out one of these local organizations who would love to ride with you.

 Redding Mountain Biking

 Shasta Wheelmen

 Shasta Living Streets

 Ride Redding

  Redding Trail Alliance

 Local Recreation Opportunities

 Not sure where to ride? We got you covered. Check out the Local Map Listings for a list of local trails.

Looking for a Mountain Bike trail to ride with a full map description? Check out the Mayor's Mountain Bike trails.
Beginner Mountain Bike Trails

Intermediate Mountain Bike Trails

Advanced Mountain Bike Trails

Shasta Bike Month & Challenge News

Now Open: Team & Individual Registration for the Shasta Bike Challenge

Schools and workplace teams compete against each other by encouraging more people to bicycle more often from May 1 to 31. Put your team together today to compete for glory and awards. Individuals are entered into a free drawing each day they ride a bicycle, May 1 to 31. One lucky participant will win a commuter bicycle! Register a worksite or school team, or as an individual, at Shasta Bike Challe.. read more

May 1 – May 31: Shasta Bike Challenge!

Location: Shasta County, Redding, Anderson, City of Shasta Lake Be entered into a free drawing each day you ride your bike to work, school or errands (or go for a recreational ride) between May 1 to 31…it’s that simple! Local prizes include a bike, gift certificates to local bike shops, and great gear. This year the local Bike Challenge will be hosted again on the National Bike Chal.. read more

Every Saturday: Valet Bicycle Parking at the Redding Farmers’ Market

Time: 7:30 a.m-12 p.m. Location: Redding City Hall back parking lot Enjoy the security of valet bicycle parking while you shop, eat and play at the Redding Farmers’ Market every Saturday. Provided by Shasta Living Streets. Visit www.shastalivingstreets.org (http://) FREE!.. read more

May 30: Class IV Bikeway Guidance Training/Presentation

Time: 9:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. Location: Shasta Regional Transportation Agency Large Conference Room; 1255 East St. Suite 202 Caltrans developed separated bikeway design implementation guidelines in 2015 to help local agencies integrate this new bikeway type into transportation systems with real-life roadway challenges like transit stops, accessible parking, and signal phase patterns. Come learn .. read more

Shasta Bike Challenge Instagram

Follow us on instagram @ShastaBikeChallenge Use hashtag #shastabikechallenge or #shastabikemonth .. read more

Got a bike commute question? Need some advice?

Got a question? Shasta Living Streets is available to answer your bike commute questions! Contact them through Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/shasta.streets), Twitter (https://twitter.com/ShastaLivingSts), or email. Free! Bicycle Commute Coaching Take advantage of a Shasta Living Streets Commute Coach to help you integrate more bicycling and walking trips into your weekly routine. .. read more


What better way to celebrate Bike Month than to curl up with a great bicycling book after your next ride? Even better is to take the whole family for a ride followed by storytime! Reading at least 20 minutes a day with young children prepares them to be successful students and strong readers in the future. And regular physical activity helps students focus and be ready to learn. Book Lists .. read more

Every Tuesday: Annual Beginner Mountain Biking Series- Ends May 2nd

Time: (Every Tuesday; Last session May 2nd) Location: Visit Redding Mountain Biking (http://reddingmountainbiking.org/?p=2126 ) for a list of times and locations. Under the guidance of several longtime Redding Mountain Bike (RMB) members, you will be guided through the process of mountain biking, including familiarizing yourself with your bike and the ever-changing terrain. RMB members will be.. read more

April 29: Lemurian Shasta Classic Mountain Bike Race

Time: 9 a.m. Location: Brandy Creek Marina Boat Ramp, Whiskeytown Lake Several courses available (challenging 26 mile long course, 20 mile intermediate, and 8 mile short course). Preregister at http://shastalemurian.com/ (http://) $ Park entry fee required $ (registration plus car entry fee) Spectators FREE/No dogs please.. read more

May 13: Shasta Wheelmen Ride to Whitemore

Time: 8 a.m. Location: Palo Cedro Park Ride with the Shasta Wheelmen from Palo Cedro to Bullskin ridge to Whitmore. Starting at Palo Cedro Park and Ride near Chevron station. Old 44 to Oak Run Rd to Bullskin to Phillips to Fern Rd to Whitmore store. Return Whitmore Rd. This is a 61.9 miles, 4567 feet. https://ridewithgps.com/routes/7804880 (http://) Contact Wayne Wilson 221-1883 or visit w.. read more

May 13: Blazing Saddles #2

Time: 9 a.m. -1 p.m. Location: Swasey Recreational Area The Blazing Saddles Mountain Bike Races are a grassroots series of races for the beginning or seasoned rider. It's considered a low key family friendly event with a long, medium & short course to choose from. Overall winners of the three different courses will be awarded to the first three racers to cross the finish line. Age group .. read more

April 14: Mayor’s Mountain Bike Challenge- Community Ride

Time: 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. Location: Swasey Recreation Area Come join us on Friday for a fun Mountain Bike Community Event. This event will be featuring a dunk tank where you can get the chance to dunk the Redding Mayor himself (for each dunk a local business will donate money to help buy a bike for a deserving kid at one of our after school programs). Also featuring Redding Trail Alliance, Redding.. read more

April 22: Whole Earth Day and Watershed Festival

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Location: Redding City Hall and Sculpture Park, 777 Cypress Ave. This Festival features over 135 Innovative Exhibitors with interactive, educational fun for the entire family, giveaways, local artists, great local food, live music on 2 stages, and activities for people of all ages!” Shasta Wheelman will provide valet bicycle parking and Healthy Shasta .. read more

April 23: Kidical Mass Bicycle Event for the Week of the Young Child

Time: 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Location: Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s Children’s Garden and Quarry Patio Garden Come create a “Kidical Mass!” Tricycles, balance bikes and scooters will be available for children to ride on a fun obstacle course, or children can bring their own bikes. Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s resident animals will be there as well! Provided .. read more

April 27: Spring Spin Bike Month Kick-Off Celebration at the Sundial

Time: 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Location: Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s Quarry Plaza (north end of the Sundial Bridge) Kick-off Shasta Bike Month! Stop by on your evening commute to fuel up and get energized with live music or plan to meet up with friends for a ride and dinner. Everything you need to celebrate Shasta Bike Month all in one place - music, food trucks, photo booth, prizes, vendors, ge.. read more

May 3: Bike Month Celebration at Fusion Lounge

Time: 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Location: Fusion Lounge, 2704 Hartnell Ave, Ste 1, Redding Ride your bike over to Fusion Grill and celebrate bike month during this amazing happy hour. Everyone who shows up on a bike and is participating in the Shasta Bike Challenge will receive a FREE drink from Lagunitas and will get free raffle ticket for awesome bike swag. All others can enjoy bike specials on food and.. read more

May 6: Mountain Bike with the Mayor to Celebrate Bike Month

Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Location: Oak Knoll Trail Head Take a ride with the Redding Mayor during Bike Month on one of the Mayors Mountain Bike Challenge Trails. Check out www.mayorsmtbchallenge.org (http://) for trail maps and the Mayor's Mountain Bike Passport. A perfect time to socialize with other riders and knock off one more trail on the Mayors MTB Passport. Contact shastabikemonth@gmail.com.. read more

May 7: The Dam Bridge Ride

Time: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. Location: Starting at the south end of the Sundial Bridge Redding East Rotary Club is offering a family oriented, fun bike ride that will benefit local high school scholarships. The Dam Bridge Ride offers 2 bike courses, a 10-mile ride, and the 32-mile sponsored course. All riders get a post-ride meal at headquarters. Visit http://www.shastadambridgeride.com/ (http.. read more

May 10: Bike to School Day

Hey kids! Add more fun to your school day by riding your bike to school Wednesday, May 10th! Join students from all over the nation, including schools here in Shasta County in riding bikes to school. Live too far to bike? Choose a location closer to school, like a park or store, and meet up with friends, teachers and parents for a ride into school. Past participating schools: Academy of Per.. read more

May 11: Women on Wheels

Time: 5:15 – 8:00 pm Location: Caldwell Recreation Center Interested in riding your bike more for transportation and fun but are a bit anxious about traveling on the road or just being on your bike after a hiatus? This is the class for you, ladies! Build confidence by learning tips and techniques for comfortable bicycling, practicing street skills, riding on the roads and trails, learni.. read more

May 19: Bike to Free Pancake Breakfast

Time: 6 a.m. – 10 a.m. Location: Bicycle corrals at Market / Placer in the Promenade Valet bicycle parking by Shasta Wheelmen and FREE breakfast tickets provided by Trails and Bikeways of Greater Redding for the first 50 people who ride their bike wearing a helmet to Redding Rodeo Association’s famous outdoor pancake breakfast. At “Roaring Gulch” (bicycle corrals offere.. read more

May 17: Annual Ride of Silence

Time: 7 p.m. Please arrive early. Location: Sundial Bridge Everyone is invited. The ride will be approximately 10 miles. This slow-paced silent ride is in honor of those injured or killed while bicycling. The Ride of Silence asks cyclists to ride no faster than 12 mph, wear helmets, follow the rules of the road and remain silent during the ride. Organized by the Shasta Wheelmen Bicyclin.. read more

May 19: Bike to Carnegies for Bike to Work Day

Time: 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and beyond Location: Carnegies, 1600 Oregon Street, Redding For anyone curious about bicycling. Come meet people who ride locally and swap ideas, tips and stories. Learn about organizations and events that make this a beautiful place to ride and be inspired. Sponsored by Carnegies and Shasta Living Streets. Purchase your own food & beverages (a portion of.. read more

May 19: Bike to Maxwell’s to culminate the Mayor’s MTB Challenge

Time: 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Location: Maxwell’s Eatery, 1344 Market St., Redding Description: This is the celebration party for the conclusion of the Mayor’s Mountain Bike Challenge. Winners for the raffles will be drawn. Sponsored by Maxwell’s, Redding Trail Alliance, McConnell Foundation, City of Redding, Bureau of Land Management, Redding Recreation, and Healthy Shasta. Free Bi.. read more

May 23: Annual Caltrans Lunch Ride

Time: 11:30 a.m., start ride at 11:45 a.m. Location: Lake Redding Park Pavilion Open to public, short, easy course for beginners and longer loop for more experienced riders. The ride will take place on the River Trail. Energy station available before and after ride. FREE!.. read more

May 23: Ride with Transportation Officials

Time: 5:30 p.m. Location: Meet at the north-eastern end of Enterprise Park Join transportation officials from City of Redding, Caltrans District 2, and the Shasta Regional Transportation Agency for a friendly bicycle ride and chat about local bicycling infrastructure. A great chance to ask questions and give input. FREE! Details to Ride with a Transportation Official # 1 - 5:30.. read more

April 15: Blazing Saddles

Time: 10 a.m. -1 p.m. Location: Swasey Recreational Area The Blazing Saddles Mountain Bike Races are a grassroots series of races for the beginning or seasoned rider. It's considered a low key family friendly event with a long, medium & short course to choose from. Overall winners of the three different courses will be awarded to the first three racers to cross the finish line. Age group.. read more

Win Great Prizes for Simply Riding Your Bike

Get entered into the free Shasta Bike Challenge drawing each day you ride your bicycle to work, home, school, errands, a coffee shop, the park or other destination! Recreational rides and mountain biking count! Simply log all your bicycle rides between May 1 and May 31, 2017. Check out last years prizes. 2016 Shasta Bike Challenge Prizes - Full List of Local Prizes (/bikechallenge/Bike Mon.. read more

New Participant Sign-up Form Team Captain Sign-up Form Log trips & miles

Contact Info

Email: Shasta Bike Month
Phone: (530) 229-8456

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Shasta Bike Month and the Shasta Bike Challenge is a collaborative effort of various organizations and volunteers. Thank you to the following who make it all possible: