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Interested in National-level Bike Advocacy?

July 25, 2014

We get asked quite a bit about how to get involved in bicycle advocacy. Obviously, the local level–where you live and ride–is important. Austin’s “new” advocacy group Bike Austin–born from two great organizations sharing common goals–is already making great strides right here at home. And at the state level, we’re fortunate to have BikeTexas advocating for cyclists across the Lone Star State. But there are national policy matters and dollars at stake too and folks like the League of American Bicyclists are leading the fight at the national level. If you’re interested in bicycle advocacy on a large scale, consider joining the League for American Bicyclists as well as your local bike advocacy group!

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It’s easy to spot the leader of the Tour de France.

It’s just as easy to see who’s leading the movement to build a bicycle friendly America.

The League of American Bicyclists works with hundreds of communities and businesses, thousands of cycling instructors, and tens of thousands of cyclists like you. Together, we are shifting how roads are built, and how people behave on them.

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The League’s Winged Wheel logo can be found on the most effective programs changing the face of cycling today. The League’s experts are the most frequently cited in the media when covering the rise of cycling. And the League is rated as one of America’s top charities by Charity Navigator.

You may never get a chance to break away with the leaders of the Tour, but it’s easy to be on the forefront of cycling advocacy in America. Join the League of American Bicyclists and ride with the leaders.

Join now!

JOIN THE LEAGUE

AND YOU GET:

» Your membership dollars help build a bicycle friendly America

» Our magazine

American Bicyclist

One or more of:

» Bicycling

» Bicycle Times

» Momentum (digital)

»  Discounts  on gear and services

Join now

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 27, 2014 12:23 am

    I applaud your efforts to support bicycle advocacy at any level. These sorts of issues need to be much more in the forefront of the goings on at every level of gov’t.

    • djcurtin permalink
      August 5, 2014 2:38 pm

      Thanks for the support, Michael! And for reading! Cheers!

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