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Dare to be Your Greatest Self

Open the door to a world beyond what you imagine.

Champions aren't made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them

-a desire, a dream, a vision.

Muhammad Ali

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.

Muhammad Ali

Spoke’n Revolutions Summer Experience

Triangle Bikeworks flagship program, Spoke’n Revolutions Summer Experience, is a youth cross-country bicycle touring program. Adventure awaits all who join and opens a world of opportunity for self-discovery and confidence building.

The Spoke’n Revolutions (SnR) Excursions is a three day event that provides you the ability to discover North Carolina by bike.

The program is split into Fall and Spring seasons. Participation is allowed during either season.

The TYMBR Wolves mountain biking program is a fun and exciting way to have an adventure and enjoy the outdoors. The freedom that comes from a mountain bike is hard to match and matching the diversity of emotions even harder.

At Triangle Bikeworks is a welcoming space for you to cultivate your own adventures by connecting with your peers where you'll experience real-life leadership and mentoring opportunities. The adventures you'll go on 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 .

You ready to go deeper?

Through these adventures, you'll realize a deeper mental and physical strength, an increase in confidence, new leadership skills, and an appreciation for protected lands and outdoor environments.

F.A.Q.

Q: HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Participation in Triangle Bikeworks programs are FREE.

We ask you seek community support to raise 25% of your participation costs.

Q: WHERE DO PRACTICE RIDES HAPPEN?

After school in local community, local roads and greenways.


Q: DO I NEED TO ALREADY OWN A BIKE?

If you have a road bike, great! If you don’t we’ll supply you with one.

Q: WHAT IF I CAN’T MAKE EVERY TRAINING RIDE OR TEAM MEETING?

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.

Q: WHAT HAPPENS ON PRACTICE RIDES?

You participate in team rides in the countryside of the Triangle to build camaraderie, stamina, and confidence on the bike, and get outdoors in your home community.​

Q: DO I NEED TO WEAR SPECIAL BIKE CLOTHES?

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 suddenly drops.

Q: HOW ARE TOUR ROUTES CREATED?

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.

Q: WHAT OTHER AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ARE THERE BESIDES PRACTICE RIDES?

Educational sessions on the social, historical and environmental subjects connected with our tours.

Q: WHAT HAPPENS ON TOUR?​

The training, Excursions, 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 (don't worry, you can do this), visit state and national parks, visit historic sites along the route, and camp most nights. You’ll participate in teamwork activities during the tour such as: 

  • rotation of campsite duties
  • writing and/or recording daily reflections from the day
  • participating in team round-tables where you’ll share experiences in a safe and non-judgemental setting.

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Triangle Bikeworks Lunch & Learn series is NEXT WEEK.

This year's topic is Oral History and NC Civil Rights era.



Wednesday June 22nd Day 1

The Value and Purpose of Oral History:

Preserving Stories That Matter

Thursday June 23rd Day 2

Oral History in Action: Youth Lead in Capturing The Past

Friday June 24th Day 3

Amplifying Voices:

How To Get Involved In Oral History