Grants Awarded


Since 1999, we have awarded 341 grants to bicycling projects and programs in 49 states and the District of Columbia.

Our Spring 2015 grant awardees span the country and represent a variety of projects to improve the environment for bicycling. Take a look at these seven organizations working to make biking better in their communities: 

BIKE SHIFT Youth Leadership Program: Slow Roll Chicago will use their $10,000 grant to help youth leaders improve bicycle access between the Big Marsh Bike Park and the communities nearby.
First Bridge: Multi-Use Trail Bridge, Phase II: This $10,000 grant will help River Action construct a bike/ped bridge over a busy 4-lane highway, connecting the Mississippi River Trail to downtown Davenport.
Middle Fork Greenway: Blue Ridge Conservancy will use this $10,000 grant to help fund Phase II of a planned 6.5-mile greenway connecting Boone with Blowing Rock, NC.
Wallace Marine Bike Park and Trail Facility: The Salem Area Trail Alliance will use this $10,000 grant to fund a new bike park in Salem, OR.
Imagine Bikes Here Campaign: The Bicycle Coalition of Maine will use their $5,000 grant to fund pop-up protected bike lanes and other bicycle infrastructure demos across the state.
Tempe Bike Corral: This $2,500 grant to the Tempe Chamber of Commerce Foundation will help fund permanent bike parking at the popular Tempe Beach Park.
Hammond Bike Racks: This grant of $800 will help the United Citizens Association purchase and install bike racks at two Hammond high schools. 



To search our grants database, select a state, grant type, and/or year and click Submit.