Riding Your Bike in Erie, PA

Celebrate the unique power of the bicycle and the many reasons to 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, you can be a part of the many bike-related events and activities in Erie and Northwest, PA.

You can also help Erie ride to regional supremacy by beating the likes of Cleveland and Pittsburgh when you join the National Bike Challenge! It’s an enjoyable and free initiative for you to take part in – you even have the chance to win some pretty great prizes!

Check out our calendar to find out what’s going on during National Bike Month and how get involved! Feel free to contact us at any time if you have questions or comments.



Bike Erie leads efforts to transform our streets and communities into healthy, vibrant and accessible places for safe bicycling and active transportation for everyone.


Erie’s future is built on a first-rate active transportation network that is safe, accessible and attractive for everyone to use. Our streets, paths and facilities are designed and built to make riding a bike inviting, convenient and enjoyable while connecting everyone to professional, residential, commercial and recreational destinations. We prioritize, value and enjoy active transportation because it enriches our culture and lives. We are committed to biking and walking in order to build safer, better neighborhoods and communities for our children and ourselves. Because of our active transportation choices and commitments, Erie is a state and national leader of health, happiness and quality of life. Our transformation has helped to create a vibrant Erie County for everyone.

Help us!

We would like your help! If you are interested in joining Bike Erie or just lending a hand every now and again, please contact us to find out how you can get involved! Let us know your interests and how you think you can help.

Also, please “like” and follow Bike Erie on Facebook and Twitter.

When more of us ride our bicycles the safer it will be for all of us.