Bicycling IS Freedom
Life is better for everyone when more people ride bikes.
We’re making biking an easier and safer option for more people, because when more people bike, people are happier and healthier, our communities are safer and friendlier, and our planet is greener. Together, we can help more people know the joy of bicycling.
Our Movement Because Everyone Deserves to Get Home Safely
The League is improving lives and strengthening communities through bicycling. We are more than 200,000 members and supporters strong with more than 1,000 state and local advocacy groups and bike clubs as well as thousands of businesses, universities, and communities together leading the movement to create a Bicycle Friendly America for everyone.
Connect To YOUR COMMUNITY Explore The Growing Bicycle Friendly America
Discover Your Local Bicycling Community
Find local advocacy groups, bike shops, instructors, clubs, classes and more!
Learn about the laws regulating bicycling in your state and explore the League’s model laws for better bicycling.
BFA Award Database
Bicycle Friendly America Award Database
Discover the communities, universities and colleges, organizations, and businesses that have earned our awards.
Better bike skills are only a click away. Find League Cycling Instructors, certification seminars, and instructor-led classes near you.
Looking for people to ride with in your community? Find League member bike clubs and rides in your area on our map.
Facts & Figures Our Impact
With your support, the League has accomplished major victories for the rights and well-being of people who bike.
increase in federal funding for bicycling infrastructure and safety
newly certified League Cycling Instructors in 2021
Americans living in Silver-level or above Bicycle Friendly Communities
League members and supporters in the movement for better biking
What We Do How We Make An Impact
For your next ride and for generations to come, the League is fighting to build safer roads, stronger and more connected communities, and a Bicycle Friendly America for everyone.
Safer Roads for All
Advocating for the federal funding, technical resources, and bike-forward policies that will create a built environment for everyone that increases bicycling and reduces the dependence on personal cars and trucks.
Bicycle Friendly America for All
Supporting the grassroots changemakers making biking better one Bicycle Friendly Community, University, and Business at a time. Our awards program recognizes the local decision makers driving our movement.
Education for All
Empowering people through bicycling education to ride safer, feel more comfortable riding, and be confident biking more often. Our education program certifies community-based instructors and offers curriculum for people beginning their bike joy journey.
Bike Joy for All
Inspiring more Americans to view the bicycle as a simple solution and everyday tool for recreation and for transportation and growing the movement for better bicycling to be increasingly diverse and representative of America.
Interactive Learning Resources Make your next ride even better with our bike lessons and tips
Whether you are ready to teach or ready for some riding tips, our education programs are designed for people of all ages and abilities who want to improve skills, build confidence, or teach others.
Our Blog The Latest News From The League
League of American Bicyclists Acquires Trips for Kids National in Expansion of its Youth Engagement Work
Trips for Kids National is in the process of completing a transfer of its programsRead More...
FEATURED Action Slow Roads Save Lives
Safe roads, slow streets, and thriving communities are what we all want. Roads where people biking, walking, using mobility devices, and driving can all get home safely. Roads designed to prevent crashes and traffic fatalities and mitigate the harm of those few that do occur. Our latest campaign calls on everyone to take action in support of slow roads that save lives.
Benchmarking Bicycling Data Facts & Figures About Bicycling In America
The League collects and analyzes federal data about bicycling to better understand how we can remove barriers to bicycling.
Of all bike trips are for social or recreational purposes
Americans who primary way to commute was biking in 2019
Of all bike trips were made by women between 2009-2017
Want to learn more or dive deeper into the stats? Explore our data site, the Benchmarking Project, a collaboration between the League and the CDC’s Active People, Healthy Nation initiativeSM. This ongoing project can inform your next letter to the editor about a new bike lane, support your advocacy at the state level, or help you make the case for better biking with your city council.