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New League online learning portal offers free bike education lessons

By Alison Dewey | January 15, 2021

The League has a new way to learn bike skills – learn.bikeleague.org.

51 Places Honored in Fall 2020 Round of Bicycle Friendly Community Awards

By Lauren Jenkins | December 16, 2020

Today, the League of American Bicyclists honors 51 places with a Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award in our Fall 2020 round. An additional 16 applicants earned Honorable Mentions. The 51…

13 Bicycle Friendly Business Awards Reflect Resilience and Challenges

By Lauren Jenkins | September 17, 2020

Today, the League of American Bicyclists announced 13 companies earned Bicycle Friendly Business awards in its Summer 2020 round of awards, along with two earning Honorable Mentions. The Bicycle Friendly…

75 organizations earn Bicycle Friendly Business awards this spring

By Lauren Jenkins | July 9, 2020

Spring 2020 round of BFB awards recognizes companies and groups across the country for their commitment to encouraging biking.

38 Places Recognized with a Bicycle Friendly Community Award

By Amelia Neptune | June 10, 2020

As more Americans turn to biking during the pandemic, the League of American Bicyclists honors the communities across the country making biking better for everyone.

How the League and Uber are partnering to keep people on bikes safe

By BillN | March 16, 2020

Today, the League and Uber announced a new safety partnership towards building healthier, sustainable, vibrant communities.

With 153 Bicycle Friendly Business Awards, Program Nears 1,400 Business Partners in Bike Movement

By Lauren Jenkins | January 15, 2020

With the latest round of awards, a family could fly from their home in Tampa to visit the Grand Canyon and patronize hundreds of bike-minded businesses along the way.

Thankful for the people and places committed to being a Bicycle Friendly Community

By Lauren Jenkins | November 21, 2019

Twice a year, the League honors communities, their city leaders and local advocates, with awards based on the progress these places have made on better biking. Today, we’re announcing the 65 communities who earned official Bicycle Friendly Community certification or Honorable Mentions.

48 Institutions Earn Bicycle Friendly University Certification

By Lauren Jenkins | October 17, 2019

208 colleges and universities currently hold the Bicycle Friendly University status certified by the League of American Bicyclists.

39 cities and towns earn awards for efforts to design safer and more connected places for people to bike

By Lauren Jenkins | May 13, 2019

This Spring, 14 new and 25 renewing Bicycle Friendly Communities earned awards for their contributions towards building a more Bicycle Friendly America.