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Welcome to Alamo Commutes Bike Month Challenge! Throughout the month of May, we invite you to join us in celebrating the joy of biking and the benefits it brings to our community. Our Bike Month Challenge is an opportunity to encourage individuals in the region to ditch the car and hop on a bicycle for those daily commutes. Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or just starting out, this challenge is open to all abilities.

Each week, we'll unveil a theme. Participate and record your trips using that week’s theme to earn additional entries. Here’s how to participate: log you bike commutes throughout the month in the app and focus on those short distance trips. Each week, we’ll unveil a theme related to the challenge. Record those trips using that week’s theme to earn additional entries in the challenge. Visit the Alamo Commutes website or download the mobile app now to join!

So, grab your helmet, pump up your tires, and join us in making this challenge a successful one! Together, we can pedal towards a healthier, greener, and vibrant community.

Step 1

Become an Alamo Commutes member by downloading the Alamo Commutes app or visiting the website to create a profile and begin recording your bicycle trips. In order to be eligible, make sure that you’ve included an updated email address as well as your employer or where you go to school.

Step 2

Once you’ve set up your Alamo Commutes profile, go to “Trips” select “Record a Trip”. Select “New Trip”, then select your mode (bicycle). Remember to be on the lookout for the themes of the week to earn more entries for that week. You can also sync Alamo Commutes with your Strava or FitBit account to automatically record your trips! On the Alamo Commutes mobile app, go to “Trips” then select your syncing options. You will be directed to log into that account and agree to share that data.

Step 3

Once you’ve started recording your trips, you’re done! The more bicycle trips you record in the app, the greater your chances of winning this month. However, you can record any mode trip during the month as well. Make sure to check your email, both main inbox and spam, once the month is over to see if you have won.

Rules & Guidelines

  1. Challenge Period: The Challenge will begin on May 1, 2024 and end at midnight on May 31, 2024. Trips must be recorded on the Alamo Commutes app or website before midnight on May 31 in order to be eligible.
  2. Eligibility: In order to be eligible, participants must live in any county within the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (AAMPO) study area, which includes Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall County.
  3. Entry Method: Participants must log their bicycle trips using the Alamo Commutes website or mobile app as seen on Participants can manually record their trips on Alamo Commutes or use synced accounts with Strava, Fitbit or any other health app.
    Eligible bicycle trips include commute and non-commute trips (example: riding your bike to grab lunch or riding your bike to work) However, recreational trips – such as driving your car to the trails, going for a bicycle ride on the trails, and then driving home – are not eligible.
  4. Prizes: In addition to the regular rewards offered through Alamo Commutes, challenge participants will be eligible for additional prizes. Alamo Commutes will be providing a total of $400 in prizes, divided into 4 $100 gift cards. The gift cards will be distributed to users that participated during the challenge time frame on Alamo Commutes.
  5. Terms and Conditions:
    • Important: Winners must agree to share their first name, employer and provide a photo to be used on AAMPO social media channels, newsletters and other marketing materials as publicity for the challenge. Winners must also answer a survey provided by Alamo Commutes. Winners will be notified using the email associated with their Alamo Commutes account. If the potential winner does not respond within five (5) business days, they will forfeit their prize and another drawing will be conducted of eligible users.
    • The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and its associated partners and vendors are released from any liability regarding challenge participation.

If you have any questions, email Zack Magallanez at