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Cycling Advocacy

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Cycling advocacy consists of activities that defend the rights of cyclists to use the public right-of-way roads for travel, to improve the conditions for cycling, and to make cycling more popular. There are many organizations whose primary mission is to advocate for these goals. They are supported by donations, membership dues, and volunteers.

Australia Organisations

Bicycle Network

Australia's largest bicycle advocacy organisation (45000 members) primarily in Victoria but now expanding into other states

Pedal Power ACT

Bicycle NSW

Bicycle Queensland

Bicycle Institute of SA

Bicycle Transport Alliance

United States Organizations

Alliance for Walking and Biking

Mission: Alliance for Biking & Walking creates, strengthens, and unites state and local bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organizations.

Incredible advocacy training.

League of American Bicyclists

Mission: To promote bicycling for fun, fitness and transportation and work through advocacy and education for a bicycle-friendly America.

Their Bicycle Friendly Communities program has created a benchmark and rating system which has encouraged cities to improve their bicycle policy and infrastructure.

Bikes Belong

Mission: To put more people on bicycles more often.

Comprised of representatives from the bicycle industry, this group provides funding for many organizations.

Consider Biking

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