June 4, 2016
Bicycle Safety Festival
Parc Sans Souci, 299 Polk St. Lafayette, LA 70501
The first Bicycle Safety Festival will be held on June 4th from 9am-12pm at Parc Sans Souci in downtown Lafayette. The Bicycle Safety Festival is presented by Lafayette Consolidated Government, Bike Lafayette, and Broussard & David, LLC. There will be free adult and youth bicycle helmets for the first 300 participants, free bike registration, free safety training and instruction, and participants are eligible to win a free bicycle (valued at $300 - courtesy of Hub City Cycles). Additionally, there will be food, refreshments and musical entertainment by Zydeco Radio.

In Acadiana, there have been far too many cyclists injured in preventable bicycle accidents. The aim of this event is to help cyclists and motorists become more knowledgeable about bicycle safety and the rules of the road. As Lafayette embraces more bicycle lanes and smarter growth, bicycle awareness is becoming even more essential.

Broussard & David, LLC, a law firm located in downtown Lafayette, has a great deal of experience in representing people catastrophically injured in bicycle related accidents. In sponsoring this event, the partners at Broussard & David, LLC hope that -- through education and training -- the roads will be safer for bicyclists, motorists and pedestrians alike.  Learn more...

May 20, 2016
National Bike to Work Day
National Bike Month includes an ever-expanding diversity of events in communities nationwide — but the biggest day of the month is Bike to Work Day. In 2016, Bike to Work Week will be May 16-20, with Bike to Work Day on May 20. Check out the latest article on a local perspective from the Times of Acadiana.  Learn more...

October 17, 2015
Shake your Trailfeather Peddle and Paddle
Parc Des Ponts, 300 E. Bridge Street, Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
The TECHE Project presents the 2nd annual Trail Feathers Ride (Peddle & Paddle) in Breaux Bridge, LA in conjunction with the 4th annual Shake Your Trail Feather Festival in Breaux Bridge at Parc des Ponts de Pont Breaux.  There are bicycle rides of 10, 20 and 40 miles that finish in Poche Bridge where you then climb into a kayak, canoe or paddle boat and paddle 4 miles back to Parc Pont Breaux to enjoy the Shake Your Trail Feather Festival which starts at 11:30.  Your bicycle will be shuttled back to the Breaux Bridge for you (so in addition to a bike helmet bring a bike lock too).  Proceeds benefit the Teche Project. MORE INFO...

November 7, 2015
Great Pumpkin Ride
Bayou Teche Brewing  1106 Bushville Hwy. Arnaudville, LA
This is a big cycling weekend that raises funds for St. Jude’s Childrens Hospital, BikeLafayette, UL Cycling Team and TRAIL.  Pick any day or both days to ride.  Whether you are looking for a family outing with a large group or you want to hammer out 200 miles in two days then these rides have what you need.  Each day will offer distances of 10 to 100 miles. Complete both days of the ride on both days you will receive a commemorative prize. MORE INFO...

November 8, 2015
Giant Omelette Celebration Ride
Abbeville Court House 100 N. State Street, Abbeville, LA
The Giant Omelette Celebration Ride has distances of 10 to 100 miles and travels through the “Islands” of South LA, Cow Island, Pecan Island, Forked Island and Gum Island. This ride is in conjunction with The Giant Omelette Celebration.  You can enjoy the celebration before the ride on Friday, Saturday then after the ride on Sunday where the Procession of Chefs& Eggs starts at 1:00pm. MORE INFO...

Do the Deaux!

Do the Deux….complete rides on both Saturday (GPR) and Sunday (GOC) and receive a special prize.  We will announce the award in the near future. 

March 30, 2016 - April 3, 2016
Cycle Zydeco
 Cycle Zydeco is a fully supported, 4-day bicycle ride celebrating Zydeco, Cajun, and Creole music; it is a rolling party. MORE INFO...

April 24, 2016
Ride for Rox
107 East Main St. Lafayette, LA (Pat's Downtown)
Ride distances are 70, 52, 29 and 22 miles. The routes are available atRidewithGPS.com (download it on your phone for free and search for maps from Scott Schilling) and below on this page.  The 52 and 70 mile routes will travel to Arnaudville (home of the Etouffee Festival) where you can enjoy a stop at Bayou Teche Brewery, which is a super SAG, and will include beer tasting for those over 21. The 29, 52 and 70 will also have a SAG at the wonderful Joi de Vivre Cafe in Breaux Bridge. MORE INFO...