Getting Bend on Bikes for Everyday Riding

City Council to Take Action on Historic Transportation Bond

Speak up now to support active transportation in Bend's future! The City of Bend is gearing up to put the largest transportation bond in its history on the May 2020 ballot. January is shaping up to be a formative month to influence the process. We need your help!...

New Executive Director at Commute Options

In case you hadn't already heard, Brian Potwin, a co-founder and former Board member of Bend Bikes, is the newly minted Executive Director of Commute Options. 

Yield at Stop Signs Starts January 1st

This New Year's day, you've got one more reason to celebrate as someone who commutes by bicycle around Bend.  You will no longer will be required to come to a full halt at a stop sign or a flashing red beacon.  If you find it safe and conditions allow, you don't have to completely kill your momentum.  Horray!  But, as they say, "Conditions apply." Read on for details.

Thanks for Making It Fun! 2019 Holiday Lights Ride

An event like HLR just would not have been possible without many hands a-helping: from Bend Bikes Board members, to our volunteers, to the fun-loving attendees who braved some chilly weather, to the generous support of local businesses for the food, drink and raffle prizes that made the night a great time.

Last Chance to Register! Holiday Lights Ride

Don't let the 2019 Holiday Lights Ride fun pass you by. Register for the event right meow! Registration closes today.

Our Mission

Bend Bikes is a grassroots non-profit dedicated to improving the safety and visibility of bicycling riders in Bend, Oregon.

Our vision is for those who ride a bicycle to feel safe on a comprehensive network of bike-friendly routes which benefits our entire community.


We bike Bend. Do you?

Community | Stories | Bicycles

#ibikebend is a photo journal of the bicycle as transportation. Are you in the collection? If not, you should be. Email us a picture and your story.



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