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“Drive Less, Bike More” Rides 1 Million Miles!

By Raven Wells | October 29, 2021

It’s official: we’re now over 1 million miles of car trips turned bike trips in our “Drive Less, Bike More” campaign!

Separated Bike Lanes, Automated Vehicles, and the MUTCD

By Ken McLeod | April 29, 2021

Separated bike lanes should absolutely be promoted in documents like the MUTCD and the safety, comfort, and convenience of people biking should be the reasons for doing so.

Buttigieg and Biden talk Infrastructure

By Caron Whitaker | April 1, 2021

While the bicycling community can be almost giddy to see Secretary Buttigieg or the president actually riding a bike, we rarely hear a president talk about bicycling, or even transit for that matter.

Presenting our 2021 Award winners

By Lauren Jenkins | March 20, 2021

Our annual awards are always a special event, one where we get to recognize the leaders of the bike movement and listen to what we can learn from them. This…

A reflection on our work together in 2020

By Kevin Dekkinga | December 31, 2020

It’s finally happening – 2020 is coming to a close. Before we say our big ‘Good Riddance’ to the year that was, I want to reflect on our hard work…

Statement on Killing of Dijon Kizzee

By bikeleague | September 2, 2020

Dijon Kizzee was a bicyclist. He was a person on a bike. He was a Black man in America on a bike.

Racism is much larger than bicycling, but to make safe streets for everyone requires confronting racism.

Montgomery Bicycle Club Combats Distracted Driving in Alabama

By Ken McLeod | March 4, 2019

Earlier this year, the Montgomery Bicycle Club escalated their work to pass a hands-free law in Alabama and make it the 17th state to pass a hands-free law.

Learning how Mobiel 21 is growing the bicycle culture in Belgium

By Lauren Jenkins | January 16, 2019

While we’re building a more Bicycle Friendly America, there are advocates and educators working around the world to make their own countries more welcoming to cyclists–even in places we think…

What’s Next for Walking and Biking in 2019?

By Lauren Jenkins | January 9, 2019

In this cross-posted blog, we share our joint vision with America Walks and the Safe Routes to School National Partnership for how biking and walking advocates have and will work together in 2019 and beyond.

One Reason to be Excited About New Federal Automated Vehicle Guidance

By Ken McLeod | October 29, 2018

A new Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices can be used as a tool for all cities, towns, counties, and states to design better roads for cyclists.