National Bike Summit
Safe Streets for Everyone:
21st ANNUAL NATIONAL BIKE SUMMIT
IN-PERSON SUMMIT CANCELLED | ONLINE SESSIONS BEGINNING MARCH 15
>>Registered attendees: Log in here to access the Virtual National Bike Summit, beginning March 15!
>>Interested in attending? You can still register for the Virtual 2020 National Bike Summit.
Being on a bike is fundamentally about joy. It elevates an errand or the slog to work from just another task on our to-do list to "I get to do this!" Being on a bike should be about the freedom we feel, not the fear.
At the 21st National Bike Summit, advocates will come together to collaborate on a shared vision of Safe Streets for Everyone, this year’s Summit theme. In plenary and panel sessions, keynote talks, poster presentations, and expanded networking opportunities, Summit attendees will learn how to influence federal policy and how their peers across the country are confronting the public health crisis facing America: people who bike, walk, or use a wheelchair are in increasing danger on our roads, preventing more Americans from enjoying the benefits of biking and physical activity.
|We have made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person 2020 National Bike Summit. For those who have registered, please look for an email with further instructions or email firstname.lastname@example.org with specific questions.|
Prepare for Virtual Lobby Day (March 17)
Get a head start on your Summit preparations by attending our webinars hosted by Caron Whitaker:
- Background on Federal Transportation Funding - not sure what an MPO is and why it's important? This webinar will provide the context and background on how federal funding turns into local bike infrastructure. CLICK HERE to watch.
- How to Lobby - REQUIRED for first-time Lobby Day participants! This webinar will help you understand what to expect on Lobby Day and answer your questions about how to make the case for biking. CLICK HERE to watch.
- The Asks - REQUIRED FOR ALL Lobby Day participants! This is your chance to learn what you will be asking Congress to do for people who bike this year. After this webinar, you'll be a member of the all-powerful bike lobby. CLICK HERE to watch.