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Presenting our 2021 Award winners

Meet our Advocacy and Education Award winners and join us in May for "bike-side chats" with the people and organizations taking bold action, leading on equity and inclusivity, and inspiring us to do better in our efforts to make biking better.

2021 Federal Policy Strategy and Priorities

2021 is proving to be a busy year in Washington, DC, especially for transportation! Between the reauthorization bill, talk of a stimulus and a new administration and Department of transportation, there’s a lot of opportunity for improving bicycling and walking.

Here’s the League’s priority list for promoting Bicycle Friendly federal policy this year: 

Inviting the next generation to #BikeSummit21

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To enable as many young people as possible to attend #BikeSummit21, advocates 21 years old and younger can register for free, engage in advocacy, and help shape the upcoming Youth Bike Summit planned for later in 2021!

LCI Spotlight: Sarah Hadler

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The League certifies hundreds of League Cycling Instructors every year and there are thousands of LCIs around the country leading bike education efforts in their communities. In our LCI spotlight series, we are sharing the stories of League Cycling Instructors doing what they do every day: educating, mentoring, empowering. You don’t have to be an extraordinary athlete or overachieving student to be a stellar LCI, all you need is the conviction that life is better for everyone when more people ride bikes. 

LCI Spotlight: David Dennis

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There are thousands of League Cycling Instructors leading bike education in their communities. We cherish the stories they share with us, but we haven’t re-shared enough of those stories with the world.

The view from the bike lanes of South Bend

We asked our former intern Toria Sullivan, a native of South Bend who went on to work on the Pete for America campaign, for her thoughts on the nation's next Transportation Secretary. Toria interned at the League with a focus on supoprting our Bicycle Friendly American program over several years while completing her studies at Georgetown and before heading to Iowa as a staffer on the Pete for America campaign during the Democratic Party primaries in early 2019. 

Updated data on physical activity in our data portal

The Covid-19 pandemic has shined a harsh light on the danger of underlying conditions that leave people vulnerable to diseases. Many of the underlying conditions associated with poor outcomes, up to and including death, from Covid-19 are chronic conditions that research shows can be addressed through physical activity.

Visit the League's data portal

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