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Resources for bicycle advocacy

One Street is an international non profit working worldwide to help cycling advocates achieve their goals to increase bicycling. One Street has a number of resources on their website for bicycling and motorist education, bikes and transit, city planning and design, Ciclovia type events, school programs and more. One Street is founded by Sue Knaup, read more »

Social media and cycling advocacy

Yesterday, we learned how Barb Chamberlain became director of Washington Bikes, the cycling advocacy group for the state of Washington. I first met Barb online; both of us actively use social media tools such as Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus to interact with other cyclists and advocates. I asked her how she and Washington Bikes read more »

Unified bike advocacy

The news is out that the three major American bike advocacy groups — the League of American Bicyclists, the Alliance for Biking and Walking, and Bikes Belong — plan to merge. The planned merger is widely hailed as a good move that makes sense. A unified voice and consolidated resources will strengthen the bike promotion read more »

Bicycle talk Ohio

‘Bikes, Trails, and Talk in Ohio’ Forum Launched Bicycle Talk Ohio is a new online discussion forum for cyclists in the Buckeye State. Other Ohio bicycle resources include: Ohio Bicycle Federation, which has the Cyclist Friendly Community program for the state of Ohio. Crankmail is the “voice of cyclists in Ohio.” Bike commuting in Columbus. read more »

Happy Australia Day

G’day. Australia Day on January 26 is Australia’s national holiday that commemorates the day in 1788 when sailors planted the British flag in Sydney Cove to establish a penal colony. Wednesday might seem like tomorrow, but Australia is on the other side of the International Date Line, where it’s perpetually already tomorrow, so Australia Day read more »

Active Community Transportation Act, H.R.4722

Proposed $2 billion fund to encourage bicycle and walking networks at the local level. Details on how you can be involved below.