PeopleForBikes News

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What the Growth of Black Peloton Can Teach Bicycling

September 7th, 2021

The stationary bike and exercise company offers potent lessons when it comes to fostering safety, comfort and community for BIPOC riders. ...

Alongside the nonprofit Youth in Action, the Providence Streets Coalition has been engaging residents on Broad Street around the city’s planned infrastructure changes.

Inclusion on Main Street

September 13th, 2021

A 1.5-mile stretch of Broad Street in Providence, Rhode Island, is slated for a holistic mobility upgrade and community engagement is an integral part of the plan. ...

A Little Bellas rider from the New Hampshire Upper Valley group. (Photo credit: William Freihofer)

The ‘Bike Boom’ Isn’t Just for Adults

September 2nd, 2021

The future of kids’ bicycling appeared dire until the pandemic hit. Now, a new generation of bicyclists is emerging. ...

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How Movement on Trade Policy Is Affecting the Bike Industry

August 25th, 2021

An update on PeopleForBikes' federal trade and tariff work. ...

A protected bike lane in New Orleans, Louisiana.

A Snapshot of Bicycling in 78 U.S. Cities

August 13th, 2021

We culled the responses from our annual survey for city officials, painting a more nuanced picture of bicycling at the local level. ...