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.