Grants Awarded

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

 

GRANTS DATABASE

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