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Free Publication: How to Do a Community ‘Bike Audit’

Over the past year, the League of American Bicyclists and AARP have been collaborating to create the
AARP Bike Audit Tool Kit: A Self-Service Guide to Assessing a Community’s Bikeability. 

The free, 32-page, information- and image-filled guide and accompanying worksheets can help cycling advocates and local leaders assess and improve the safety and accessibility of a community’s streets and paths for all users, including cyclists.

The AARP Bike Audit Tool Kit guides users through a step-by-step approach to observing and documenting the safe or unsafe bikeability of a location. The results of a community bike audit can educate local decision-makers and provide them with data and solution strategies for achieving needed change.

Anyone can do a bike audit. In fact, the best audits are done by people with a range of perspectives and
mobility needs.

  • Might a bike audit be on your to-do list of bike advocacy projects?
  • Do you want to learn how you can you use the AARP Bike Audit Tool Kit in your neighborhood?

Watch our 30 minute webinar to learn how you can use this FREE resource to improve bikeability in your own community!


  • Visit to download the publication, order a free printed copy, and get the worksheets you need
  • Put the tool kit to use, and then email [email protected] to tell us about your community bike audit