Celebrate Black History Month on your bike and unlock donations to organizations supporting BIPOC cyclists this February by joining PeopleForBikes’ Black History Month Challenge on Ride Spot.
If 500 people join the Challenge, PeopleForBikes will donate $2,000 each to Black People Ride Bikes and Black Girls Do Bike. Black People Ride Bikes is a Baltimore-based cycling advocacy organization with a goal of making cycling more accessible, regardless of socioeconomic background, ethnicity, or experience level. Black Girls Do Bike works to grow a nationwide community of women of color who share a passion for cycling by establishing a comfortable place where lady cyclists can support, advise, organize rides, and promote skill-sharing.
Join the PeopleForBikes Black History Month Challenge on Ride Spot and bike 54 miles during the month of February to earn a limited-edition Black History Month sticker, designed by Tyler Mishá Barnett, an illustrator and designer based in Los Angeles.