Since 1999, we have awarded 322 grants to bicycling projects and programs in 49 states and the District of Columbia.
Our Fall 2014 grant awardees span the country and represent a variety of projects to improve the environment for bicycling. Take a look at these eight organizations working to make biking better in their communities:
Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail: Traverse Area Recreation and Transportation (TART) Trails will use their $10,000 grant to help add seven miles of trail to this multi-million dollar project
Spirit Trail: The Johnson County (MO) Trail Coaltion will use their grant of $10,000 to extend the existing trail, which will stretch 12 miles when completed
Milwaukee Open Streets Program: The Wisconsin Bicycle Federation will match local commitments with this $7,500 award to fund at least three open streets days in summer and fall of 2015
Experience Central Avenue: T.R.U.S.T. South LA aims to make this iconic street more bikeable with this grant of $7,500
Andres Bike Park - Jump Line Project: The Chicago Area Mountain Bikers (CAMBr) will add beginner and intermediate jump lines to this downtown park with their $5,000 award
Walk and Roll - Rediscover Montebello: The City of Montebello (CA) received this award of $5,000 to help fund the community's first open streets day in 2015
Bike to Bus: The City of Center Line (MI) will use their $3,840 grant add bike racks to each of their 37 bus stops, promoting bicycling to and from transit
Lovell Bike Racks: The Lovell Area (WY) Chamber of Commerce was awarded $1,500 to design and install bike racks throughout their downtown area
To search our grants database, select a state, grant type, and/or year and click Submit.