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October 29, 2013by AdoniaThe League's new Equity Initiative Manager explores how the rapid pace at which the face of bicycling is changing in America shows that biking isn't just a healthy way to get around, but a multifaceted world of diverse people who use bikes together.
October 25, 2013by Carolyn SzczepanskiThe co-founder of innovative programs like LA's City of Lights campaign and the Bicicultures research network, Adonia Lugo has been a leading voice in the burgeoning discussion about bike equity. Now, Lugo will bring that insight and expertise to the League, as our new Equity Initiative Manager.
October 8, 2013by LizAs the national voice for America's bicyclists, the League is based in Washington, D.C., but our staff is constantly on the road to make biking better in your community. We attend conferences and Summit from coast to coast to share our knowledge, listen and learn. We present workshops on how to get funding for bike projects, visit leaders to advance our Bicycle Friendly Community program — and...
September 13, 2013by Carolyn SzczepanskiAs the national voice for America's bicyclists, the League is based in Washington, D.C., but our staff is constantly on the road to make biking better in your community. So how have we been serving you — and where will we be next? Here's this week's recap and a look ahead...
September 10, 2013by LizToday the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals named Darren Flusche, League Policy Director, the Professional of the Year in the Non-Profit Sector. Flusche was recognized for his work helping bike/ped professionals and advocates navigate and tap funding from MAP-21, the federal transportation bill. Flusche, who's been League Policy Director since 2009, has spent much of the past...