One of the new programs created by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is the Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) grant program, something we applauded at the time and subsequently,…
Earlier this year we shared an interview with the founder of Minority Mountain Bikers (MMB), Harry Hill. ast week, two BIPOC League staff members, Jamil and I, joined MMB for…
You’ve heard of our “Drive Less, Bike More” but have you heard of our friends’ “Week Without Driving”? The Disability Mobility Initiative at Disability Rights Washington started the weeklong challenge…
Karen Miltner, a tour specialist at WomanTours (a Gold-level Bicycle Friendly Business!), recognizes the importance of bicycles in women’s empowerment.
Minority Mountain Bikers brings together seasoned and new BIPOC mountain bikers for events like the Bentonville Bike Week.
We chatted with Keshia Roberson, founder of Major Knox Adventure, to learn a little more about the motivation behind the upcoming Summit session.
We asked Black Girls Do Bike’s founder Monica Garrison about the progress made over the past decade.
In a win for advancing racial justice, improvements to the Section 1906 grant program allow more states to use the funding to develop programs to reduce racial profiling.
Meet some of our newest League-certified ambassadors for better biking!
The Equity in Infrastructure Project (EIP) and its pledge promise to remove barriers to building infrastructure for small and disadvantaged businesses.