Make Washoe County a safer and more inclusive cycling community.
Who We Are
The Truckee Meadows Bicycle Alliance is a collaboration between local governments, non-profits, businesses, and individuals. We promoting bicycling as an alternative form of transportation is important to reduce air pollution, reduce traffic congestion, and promote healthy, active lifestyles. From 2005 until 2018, TMBA organized Bike Week in Washoe County. Bike Week became so successful in the Truckee Meadows that in 2019 we are expanding our activities to encourage members of the community to ride instead of drive during the entire month of May.
We host a variety of bicycle-friendly community events, from our monthly Fourth Friday Dinner Rides to our annual Bike Week/ Month activities. Our hope is to bring together cyclists of all types from all over the community. By doing this, we want to empower people to ride more often and for more reasons while also fostering stronger interpersonal connections between riders in our community.
Infrastructure, Policy, & Advocacy
We recognize that an appropriately built and managed transportation network is key to making people feel safe when traveling by bicycle in our community. We want all current cyclists to get home safely and we want to foster as many new riders as possible. To do this, we work with local governments and transportation agencies to promote best practices for bicycle infrastructure and policies.
Thanks to all those people who braved May’s predictably unpredictable weather in Washoe County to join us in celebrating our first ever #BikeMonth! Established in 1956 by the League of American Bicyclists, National Bike Month is a chance to experience the many benefits of bicycling or you can encourage more people to give biking a try. Curb the car and bike instead!
Whether you’re exploring the beautiful Reno Tahoe area, going to work, or going to Food Truck Friday, doing so on a bike can greatly improve your overall health. And it’s so much more fun than paying to go to the gym! We can all be “roll-models” and curb our carbon footprint by choosing our bikes over our cars.