Bicycle Friendly Community
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!
This month, we launched a freshly revised and enhanced application for communities applying for and renewing Bicycle Friendly Community awards.
Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC) launches an enhanced application process.
During Bike to Work Week, Bicycle Friendly America director Amelia Neptune visited the Bicycle Friendly Business champions of Tampa, Florida. Here’s how it went.
10 communities. One Bicycle Friendly America. Today, we are launching the League of American Bicyclists’ Community Spark Grants — our first-ever community grant program!
We are excited to announce that the League is once again partnering with our friends at Eco-Counter to host the Bikes Count Data Competition!
In Tucson and Eastern Pima County Region, partnerships are key in removing barriers to bicycling, promoting its public health benefits and hosting community bike ride events. Read more…
A new report from the League demonstrates the importance of bike infrastructure and bike networks. “Benchmarking Bike Networks” showcases five cities with increased ridership and safety through building bike lanes in connected networks.
Learn what got more people riding bikes in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and its newly earned Gold-level designation as a Bicycle Friendly Community.
The League of American Bicyclists is proud to honor 55 places with a Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award in its Fall 2021 round of awards.