Since 1999, we have awarded 296 grants to bicycling projects and programs in 49 states and the District of Columbia.
Our Summer 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:
Cleveland Metroparks Riverwalk Trail: The Cleveland Metropolitan Park District received $10,000 for this new trail as part of significant redevelopment along the Cuyahoga RIver
Improving and Expanding the Rountree Branch Recreational Trail: Platteville Community Arboretum (WI) was awarded $10,000 for upgrades and an extention to this key connector
Richmond Regional Ride Center: The Virginia Association for Parks added $10,000 to their fundraising efforts for this mountain bike facililty which will feature handcycle-friendly trails and amenities
Navigating the Lafitte Greenway - Connecting New Orleans' Off-Street Bicycle Network: Friends of the Lafitte Corridor received $5,600 for destination and wayfinding signs on this transformative facility through the center of the city
Beach and Peach Urban Bike Park: The Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association of Jacksonville, FL (SORBA-Jax) will use their $5,500 grant to add to and improve this facility for mountain bicycling and skill building
Columbus Open Streets: Transit Columbus (OH) was awarded $5,000 for the city's first open streets day, coming to the city in September 2014
Racks for Bikes: The City of Brownsville (TX) received $2,500 to make bicycling even easier by adding bike racks across the city
FreeWheels for Kids Bike Clubs: FreeWheels for Kids of Kansas City (KS) will use their $1,500 to help two middle school Bike Clubs build an off-road path making it safer and easier to bike to school
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