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The ReCYCLEry NC is a non-profit that accepts donated bicycles andn teaches bicycle repair and maintenance skills to community members while they earn their own bikes. Children and adults are welcome to attend open workshops. for more information of to inquire about special events, visit the ReCYCLEry website.
Carrboro Bicycle Coalition
The Carrboro Bicycle Coalition is a non-profit organization of local citizens dedicated to building a network of cyclists in the greater Carrboro region. TheCarrboro Bicycle Coalition runs the Bicycle Friendly Business program.
The League of American Bicyclists
The League of American Bicyclists, officially the League of American Wheelmen, is a membership organization that promotes cycling for fun, fitness and transportation through advocacy and education.
The League's Smart Cycling Quick Guide to Locking your Bike
The League's Basic Bike Check list
The Town of Carrboro is a Silver-level Bicycle Friendly Community, which is a program ran by The League. Find more information about that program here.
The NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Division of Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation publishes a bicycle safety and education webpage.
The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) publishes a bicycle information website with resources, guides, case studies, and other information on bike safety, education, enforcement, and infrastructure.
Bicycles are legally defined as vehicles in North Carolina.
Bicycle laws and policies in North Carolina -- NCDOT Division of Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation.
Bikes on Buses
Go further by combining bikes and transit. Chapel Hill Transit and Go Triangle buses offer front bike racks with spaces for two bikes. Visit GoTriangle's Bikes on Buses page to learn more.