Bicycle Friendly University
The League’s 2020 round of Bicycle Friendly University awards, announced today, honor 38 institutions as Bicycle Friendly Universities, including four institutions new to the program.
208 colleges and universities currently hold the Bicycle Friendly University status certified by the League of American Bicyclists.
Read how two of our newest Bicycle Friendly Universities are able to keep students, faculty, and staff cycling safely through the cold winter months.
Two Bicycle Friendly Universities go beyond campus to cultivate bike culture for the whole community.
Two Gold-level Bicycle Friendly Universities are “brightening their communities” by promoting safe night time bicycling.
Forty-five new and renewing colleges and universities have proved outstanding in their support of bicycling on campus, earning Bicycle Friendly University (BFU) status.
The University of Kentucky’s Bicycle Friendly University status has gone gold. UK was notified recently by the League of American Bicyclists that it has been awarded the first Gold level…
Utah State University sits at the base of the Bear River Mountains. It’s home to Aggie Blue Bikes, the campus bike shop where the goal is to get more people on more bikes, more often.
Today, the League of American Bicyclists announced 46 new and renewing Bicycle Friendly Universities, There are now 182 BFUs in 45 states and Washington, DC.
At the 2017 National Bike Summit attendees went on a tour of a Gold-level Bicycle Friendly University, the University of Maryland (UMD) at College Park.