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Federal Policy Update: Planning for the Next Reauthorization

In January 2025, Congress will start debating the next Transportation reauthorization bill. To be ready for that debate, we want to reflect on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law what is working, and what changes we still need. This webinar will discuss what we know so far about IIJA/ BIL implementation and what activity we are seeing…

Bike Advocacy Essentials Webinar: E-Bike Impact Calculator

How do bike advocates influence change? One essential tactic is storytelling through data, but quantitative evidence can be hard to come by. Even if you can find data to back up your talking points, it’s rarely tailored to your specific location and situation making it tough to convince decision-makers to act. With this in mind,…

Slow Roads Save Lives: Advocating for Slow Legislation

Last year, the League of American Bicyclists (League) launched the Slow Roads Save Lives Campaign. The campaign aims to create safer roads where people biking, walking, using mobility devices, and driving can all get to their destination safely by advocating for slower speeds and improved road design to match. One method of achieving this goal…

2024 National Bike Summit: The Asks

At this webinar, Caron Whitaker will walk through the issues we'll be lobbying on at the National Bike Summit, including building safety infrastructure, funding for complete streets projects and promoting bicycling education.

Sparking Change with the League: Stories from the Field

Interested in how the League’s grassroots network is building a more Bicycle Friendly America through our Community Spark Grants? Join us on April 2nd from 3-4PM ET for “Stories from the Field,” our first in the League’s 2024 Webinar Series! During this webinar, you’ll hear testimonies of people who have sparked change in their communities…

Your Bike Month Mission: Make Every Ride Count

This May, the League and Love to Ride are teaming up for National Bike Month and we need your help to conduct the first ever nationwide Bike Count! Currently, the question “how many people bike in America?” is answered with an incomplete dataset: statistics on bike commuting that are derived from one question in census…

Your Priorities for Congress: Bicycling Policy Survey Results

Catch up on the League's key priorities for Congress, informed in part through your participation in our Federal Policy Survey! Join Caron Whitaker at 3PM next Tuesday, April 30th to learn how your feedback is shaping our policy platform for the upcoming reauthorization bill. Sign up today:

Major Taylor: A Bicycling Legend and His Legacy for Today

Uncover the remarkable story and enduring legacy of Marshall “Major” Taylor, a true trailblazer in the world of cycling, in our next webinar on May 28th at 3pm ET. Join acclaimed investigative journalist Michael Kranish, author of "The World's Fastest Man," along with Bill Gaston, founder of the Major Taylor International Cycling Alliance, as we…

BFU University: Bicycle Friendly University 101

The League of American Bicyclists’ Bicycle Friendly University (BFU) program provides the roadmap and technical assistance to create great campuses for cycling. Institutes of higher education that meet the standards set by the program earn recognition for their efforts to promote and provide a more bikeable campus for students, staff, and visitors. During this “University”…

Webinar: Setting Speed Limits for Health and Safety

Twenty miles per hour (mph) speed limits are promoted for public health and safety because they help ensure that vehicle crashes are less common and more survivable when they occur. This webinar will look at state laws and city efforts that support slower speed limits and managing speed for safety. By highlighting laws that define…