Leadership Institute Webinars
The League is partnering with bicycle tourism experts CycleLifeHQ to host a Bicycle Tourism webinar for Bicycle Friendly Communities, covering:
- The best practices of globally recognized bicycle tourism destinations;
- Improving local business' ability to service and capitalize on bicycle tourism;
- Getting more visitors to view and consider your bicycle travel and tourism offering; and
- Innovative funding models for developing local infrastructure.
Campus Bike Parking Best Practices Webinar- Wednesday, October 3, 3:00pm ET.
With over 25 years of experience in bicycle security, Ground Control Systems will share their knowledge of campus bike parking best practices and benefits, including planning and funding the project. A special guest speaker from UC Davis will also share how they successfully became a Bicycle Friendly University. View the full webinar and check out the campus bike parking slides.
Federal policy staff from the League, Safe Routes to School and People for Bikes will discuss potential policy "asks" for TAP, HSIP in the next reauthorization and look forward to hearing your ideas on what would help your state best access federal funding for bicycling and walking.
Resources to Improve Health and Promote Active Transportation - Thursday, June 21, 2-3pm ET
Join the League's Ken McLeod, Kate Robb from the Association for Public Health and others for this discussion.
May Executive Directors' Call - Friday, May 25, 2–3pm ET
Join your peers from local and state organizations to discuss operations and programming. Hosted by Bill Nesper, Executive Director of the League.
Spring Bike Club Webinar: E-bikes - Wednesday, April 18, 7–8pm ET
This quarter, we'll be focusing on issues surrounding e-bikes. E-bikes pose both great opportunities as well as many challenges for local bike clubs. While the promise of e-bikes being "the next big thing" has been circulating for more than a decade, more and more clubs are reporting rising e-bike usage among their riders.
National Bike Challenge for Advocacy Organizations
In April, we ran 5 webinars guiding advocacy organizations through the process of setting up local sites. You can hear a recording of the webinar here including the Q&A at the end to learn more.
What to know before you go: Preparing to Lobby - View the webinar here
If this is your first Summit, if you have questions about lobbying, or just want to brush up on best practices tune into this webinar. We will talk you through what happens in Bike Summit lobby day, and how you can make the most of your meetings.
What to know before you go: The policy we are lobbying on at the National Bike Summit - View the webinar here
On this webinar we'll walk through the "asks" for the National Bike Summit. The webinar will talk through the League's position on an infrastructure package and other legislation you will be discussing in your lobby day meetings.
Introduction to the Bike League Hub - View the webinar here
Bike League Hub is the new online forum meant to serve constituents of the League of American Bicyclists, including members of the Active Transportation Leadership Institute. In this webinar we will discuss the functionality of the site, the spaces that have been set up, and how you can get started using the Hub as an online gathering place for the biking and walking movement.
Using the League Action Alert system - View the webinar here
Learn how bicycling and walking advocates can use VoterVoice to reach motivated people in each state to take action. The League Action Alert system includes targeted actions that can reach federal and state legislators and petitions that can be used to collect signatures for delivery to local officials.
The Benchmarking Report Website Launch - View the webinar here
We’re proud to announce a new website exploring the Bicycling and Walking in the United States: 2016 Benchmarking Report, which traces the rise of walking and bicycling across the nation. The League of American Bicyclists, in partnership with APHA and the Institute of Transportation Engineers, created an interactive website to make critical data from this report more accessible and user-friendly. The site demonstrates easy ways for users to explore benchmarks such as mode share, public health, and traffic safety.
Watch this webinar to learn how to use the new Benchmarking Report website and how you can apply the information you learn to advocate for bicycling and walking in your community.
Update on Federal Advocacy with Caron Whitaker - View the slides here
Learn about the developments in federal transportation policy during the Trump administration's first 100 days from Caron Whitaker, of CLW Consulting. Learn how to be a part of Bike Walk Action, a coalition of bicycling and walking organizations focused on influencing federal policy and bringing local voices to members of Congress.
Bike League Hub is the new online forum meant to serve constituents of the League of American Bicyclists, including members of the Active Transportation Leadership Institute. Watch this call to see the features of the Hub, including topics, spaces, and users profiles and understand how this forum will serve as an online gathering place for the biking and walking movement.