I know where I’m going and I know the truth, and I don’t have to be what you want me to be.
I’m free to be what I want.
Triangle Bikeworks offers Spoke’n Revolutions Youth Cycling, a youth bike touring program. Adventure opens a world of opportunity for self-discovery and confidence building.
At Triangle Bikeworks we provide a welcoming space for you to cultivate your own adventures by connecting with your peers. You’ll experience real-life leadership and mentoring opportunities. Our adventures also promote teamwork, strengthens communication skills, deepens interpersonal responsibility and compassion, and heightens your sensitivity to the natural environment. You’ll find it just as easy being challenged to succeed in life as you’ll be on the road .
Through these adventures, you’ll realize a deep mental and physical strength, an increase in confidence, new leadership skills, and an appreciation for protected lands and outdoor environments.
Participation in the Spoke’n Revolutions program is FREE. We ask you to get community support for your participation by asking people to help you raise $300
After school in local community, local roads and greenways.
If you have a road bike, great! If you don’t we’ll supply you with one.
Ask yourself this: If I were on a basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse, or any other team and missed practice would I expect to play in the game? Commit yourself to us and we’ll commit to you.
You participate in team rides in the countryside of the Triangle to build camaraderie, stamina, and confidence on the bike, and get you outdoors in your home community.
Not necessarily. But we do suggest it. Clothing such as bike shorts help you in the ride. Bike style jerseys wick off sweat and dries much faster than cotton shirts. Also, cotton shirts can make you cold if the temperature drops for a lot longer.
Tour routes are created that inspire connection to the natural world that help youth develop an understanding of the impact that historical events have on the present
Educational sessions on the social, historical and environmental issues connected with our tours.
The training and educational activities culminate in a 2-week long, 700-mile summer cycling tour based on culturally significant and historic routes.
You’ll average 55 miles a day, visit state and national parks and historic sites along the route, and camp most nights. You’ll participate in teamwork activities during the tour such as: