Guest Blog

Jing Zhang’s Journey into Bike Advocacy

By Bike League | October 24, 2023

Jing Zhang is a pianist, transportation planner, League Cycling Instructor, and full-stack web developer. After emigrating from China in 2008, Jing began a journey into bike advocacy that continues to…

International Women’s Day: Why Bicycles Really Matter

By Raven Wells | March 8, 2023

Karen Miltner, a tour specialist at WomanTours (a Gold-level Bicycle Friendly Business!), recognizes the importance of bicycles in women’s empowerment.

City of Reno Adaptive Piloting An Adaptive Cycling Center This Summer

By Raven Wells | January 11, 2023

The City of Reno Adaptive shares the city’s progress in improving accessibility for cycling through its pilot Adaptive Cycling Center program.

Exploring New Horizons With Library Biking Field Trips

By Raven Wells | May 24, 2022

In this guest blog from Decorah Library, learn an example of how public libraries across the nation are utilizing bikes to connect communities.

Speaking Up for Multimodal Elements in Highway Projects

By Raven Wells | March 3, 2022

Read more on how advocates can push for placing bicycle and pedestrian safety and accessibility at the forefront of highway projects from Michael Kelley, policy director at BikeWalkKC.

Maria Boustead: My Breast Cancer Story, and How Biking Got Me Through

By Raven Wells | October 8, 2021

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, read Maria’s inspiring story about her battle with breast cancer and why she kept biking through it all.

The 9/11 National Memorial Trail Alliance

By bikeleague | September 10, 2021

The September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance is thrilled to share that on Thursday, July 29, 2021, the U.S. House of Representatives voted unanimously (423–0) to support and pass legislation H.R. 2278.