Bicycle Friendly Community
The League is once again partnering with our friends at Eco-Counter to host the annual Bikes Count Data Competition – open for submissions now!
Advocates and city leaders in Houston have built stand-out bicycling efforts, despite Houston’s reputation as a car-centric city.
Today, the League of American Bicyclists honors 32 cities and towns with a Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award.
We’re now able to offer BFC applicants a Spanish-language version of the BFC Public Survey to distribute in their community.
We’re opening up our Bicycle Friendly Community Public Survey to include more than just communities that applied for awards!
The League of American Bicyclists hosted hands-on workshops to provide individualized, in-person expertise.
The three winners of this year’s ‘Bikes Count’ data competition are Lincoln-Lancaster County Planning Department, Madison Bikes and Bike Fitchburg!
We’re celebrating all the ways Traffic Gardens help grow young riders and build lifelong safe and confident cycling habits.
The League has chosen 11 organizations to each receive $1,500 towards their goal of building thriving BFCs.
We ask each BFC applicant to tell us the most positive outcome of their community’s support for bicycling. Here are some of our favorite answers!