Madison Bike Week 2021

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Event Schedule

Discounts and Week-long Activities

It’s the best biking event in town, and this year, we’re heading back towards normal.

Madison Bike Week 2021 is right around the corner, from September 12-18, all over the city!

The Madison Bikes vision is that of a city where anyone can ride to any place comfortably and conveniently, and Madison Bike Week is an important part of making that vision a reality. Madison Bike Week has a history going back over twenty years! Bike Week celebrates riding to work, to the grocery store, to a park, to the library—or biking just to feel the warm wind blowing through your hair.

A big thanks to our sponsors, event organizers and participants!

Event Schedule

View the Madison Bike Week 2021 schedule & directory.

Download the app to keep up to date on your phone.

For Bike Week events outside the Madison area, check out the Wisconsin Bike Fed’s calendar.

Discounts and Week-long Activities

BCycle

Madison BCycle is offering Free Day Passes for all riders during Bike Week. Checking out with the BCycle mobile app? Use promo code BIK3W33K when purchasing your Day Pass. Checking out at a kiosk? Use code 912918 when purchasing your Day Pass. Contact us at 800-473-4743 for immediate assistance or at info@madisonbcycle.com.

Bicycle Benefits

Bicycle Benefits members get discounts at hundreds of Wisconsin businesses and organizations every day, including during Bike Week! Use their web site map or a handy, printable quick reference PDF to find locations. Get your $5 helmet sticker (it never expires!) at participating businesses and show your helmet+sticker to get your discount.

Pasture & Plenty Bike Week Discount

Bike on by and visit us at Pasture & Plenty! Show your helmet to receive a 10% discount on all food orders for the duration of Bike Week. For online orders, use code: 2021Bike.

Find us at 2433 University Ave, Madison.


We’ve got Bike Week ads on four Madison Metro buses. Want to find these buses in the wild, post to our socials and help get the word out?