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Annual Report

APRIL 2017 – MARCH 2018

Through advocacy and education, we lead the
movement to make bicycling a safe and fun way to
get around for anyone in Greater Philadelphia.
It is with great pride that we present you with this summary of our work during the 12 months between April 2017 and Special thanks to our Champion Circle members
March 2018, our fiscal year. who push our advocacy across the line.
C H A M P I O N C I R C L E (unrestricted gifts of $250 or more)
This was a year of firsts. The City of Philadelphia got its first parking-protected bike lane in West Philadelphia. The City also released its Anonymous Donor (2) Sam Little
first Vision Zero Action Plan after years of advocacy by the Coalition. Judy and James Allison Leonard and Susan Lodish
Marcia and Lawrence Arem Joseph Lubeck
Philadelphia’s suburbs got their first bike lanes free of the Bicycle Occupancy Permit, which had been handicapping bicycle infrastructure Barbara and Theodore Aronson Dick Macalpine
Janine Bauer Alan Mann
investment for decades. The Ben Franklin Bridge got its first official plans for a bicycle-pedestrian ramp on the Camden side.
Peter and Lucy Bell Sellers Sue Manuel
Shelley Bernstein
For the first time, we lowered the entry barriers to attract neighborhood activists to our Vision Zero conference and had over 200 Carl Martin These members set BCYC SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Patrick Boe Martin McNamara and Tom Callan
attendees. Mayor Kenney attended the conference to announce the first and long awaited parked car protected bike lanes on JFK and Ken Boyle the pace for the Coalition Alexa Adams
Russell Meddin and Joan Rosoff Susan Beard
West Market Streets. Kenneth Burk Dorothy and Christopher Mejia-Smith and everybody wins.
Jeffrey Braff
William Cafiero Chris Mogee PA C E L I N E Melissa Caruso
With support of our Board and many supporters, we kicked off the newly renamed Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling program’s first ever Ford Calhoun Paul Moul Anonymous (2) Robert Cheetham
Mark Cary Joseph Nullmeyer
college scholarship program, awarding $30,000 to four 2017 seniors. Our education team trained bilingual Spanish speakers to deliver Jack Ahrens, MD Edward Chang
Hsien-Cheng Chang Lisa Nutter Linda Altman and Richard Canel Diane Deely and Phil Senechal
bicycle safety classes and lead rides in their communities. Women Bike PHL offered members financial planning workshops through our Terri Clark and Robert Swartley Ryan Oelkers Amy Branch and Jeffrey Benoliel Matt Delaney
sponsor Janney Montgomery Scott. Warren Clark Donna and William Oliver Perry Benson Kurt Dodds
Terry Clopper Mary Jane Osmick Jonathan Berger Mark Fishman
The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia accomplished so much in its 46th year as the region’s bicycle advocacy and education Emily Davis Robert Perry Jeffrey Braff and Hope Comisky Stephen Gaines
Nancy Drye Peg and Scott Porter
organization dedicated to leading the movement to make bicycling a safe and fun way for anyone to get around in Greater Philadelphia. A.Michael Broennle Jane Goldblum
Ronald Dunbar Elizabeth Rappaport and Daniel Fife Sheryl and William Bullitt Susan Gordon and Vicki Markontz
Deborah Duskey Walter Rentschler Carolyn Cannuscio and Daniel Rader Missy Halberstadt
Francesca and David Engel Rachael Ross Ronald Collman, MD George Hasenecz
Chris Escuti Meryle and Fred Rothman Jeffrey and Ruth Ann Dubb Mark Hastings
Jeff Feldman Andrew Ruether
Sarah Clark Stuart, Executive Director Leslye Silver, Board President Jason Duckworth Edwin Hein
Anna Forrester and Mitchell Young Chris and Amelia Sanchirico Thomas Durling Stephen Huntington
Heidi and Ottis Foster Ellen and Kevin Saint Clair Abigail Flitter Jerome and Julie Jacobs
Laura, Richard, Michael and Jack Fredricks
STA F F Elizabeth Gemmill
Titia and Harm Scherpbier Anne Gordon and Phil Berman Gene Lefevre
Kurt Schoenkopf David and Ann Hilton Brian Lipstein
Ka thleen Glackin Tina and Christopher Shelton
Sarah Clark Stuart Executive Director Jerome and Julie Jacobs Jennifer Matthews
Paul Glass Heather Shultz and Jeffrey Newburger Greg and Stephanie Ladner Susie Maguire
Megan Rosenbach Deputy Director Barbara and Stephen Gold Nancy Silverman and Benjamin Charles Marshall Shawn McCaney
Heidi Grunwald and Kenneth Rymdeko Nathans
Diana Owens Steif Operations Director Charles Hall
Isabel Melvin Tina Mitchell
Dr. Keren Sofer and Andrew Stober Pamela Murphy Rich Montgomery
Alan Spooner Development Director Michael Holland Vanessa and Alexander Spiro Hank and Terri O’Donnell Matt Pappajohn
Jeffrey Istvan Roger Sternfeld Theresa and John Rollins Jonathan Perry
Debra and James Kahn Rochelle Teachey Harry Roth and Lisa Heller Chris Rassekh
Leonard Bonarek Regional Planner Cadence Kim and Warren Pear Caitlin Thompson and Joseph Kopena Matthew and Megan Rutt Joan Rosoff
John Boyle Research Director Mary and Justin Klein Joyce and Erik Videlock Lauran Schultz Michael Schade
Thomas Landsmann

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Bettyruth Walter Leon Sharyon and Family Skip Schwarzman
BOARD OF DIRECTORS James Brower Youth Cycling Coordinator Michele Langer and Alan Cohen Joan and Dane Wells Mimi Sheller Susan Schwartz
Pamela Laws and Robert Whitelaw Glenda Yu
Leslye Silver Chair David Hilton Brenda Hernandez Community Liaison Leslye Silver David Sekula
Jeffrey Silverman Christian Sell
Northwestern Mutual Taylor Kuyk-White Youth Cycling Program Manager
Amanda Benner Vice President Harvey Stein Mimi Sheller
PECO, an Exelon Company Jerome Jacobs Randy LoBasso Communications Manager Elizabeth and Shawn Sweeney Terry Snider
Argent Wealth Management Lee and Nancy Tabas Scott Sommermann
Raymond Wynman Treasurer Bob Previdi Policy Coordinator Robert Thomas, AIA Michael Speranza
Global Tax Management Michelle Lee Amanda Ruffner Development Associate Karl Ulrich Patrick Staff
Protocol Labs Dr.Thomas Vernon and Pat West Gerard Sweeney
Russell Meddin Secretary Tim Suba Office Manager Raymond and Jennifer Wynman Andy Toy
Bike Share Philadelphia Chris Mogee Ashley Vogel Development Associate Karen Winey and Russell Composto Philip Weinberg
Comcast Spotlight Jeff Weinstein
Greg Young Education Programs Manager Kathleen Wolff and Mark Matthews
Perry Benson Alan Morrison
JacobsWyper Zac Capital Partners
BCGP FINANCIALS: APRIL 1, 2017 – MARCH 31, 2018
Jeffrey Braff Ryan Oelkers
Cozen O’Connor g4 Productions FY 18 EXPENSE $1,440,000 FY 18 REVENUE $1,348,000 GROWTH OVER TIME
Edward Chang John Russo
Blank Rome LLP KPMG LLP
Phoebe Coles Lauren Schultz
Community Marketing Concepts Epiq
James Decker Mimi Sheller
Philadelphia Insurance Companies Drexel University
Eric Frary Omar Woodard
Total Revenue Total Expenses
Michael Baker International GreenLight Fund
1500 people received bicycle safety education and joined our rides. 1 obstructive permitting process eliminated. 200 advocates, policymakers, and professionals
OUR PROGRAMS Our Circuit rides explored Pennypack Trail, Cobbs Creek Parkway to the Heinz PennDOT modified the Bicycle Occupancy Permit, otherwise packed the 2018 Vision Zero Conference: Working
Wildlife Refuge, Chester Valley and Chester Creek Trails, and more. Discovery rides known as BOP, which had such onerous requirements that all Together for Safe Streets. Mayor Kenney opened the
had their sights on local destinations like the Japanese Gardens, Mann Center for but halted bicycle lane construction in Philadelphia suburbs conference, followed by a review of the City’s 3-year Vision
In the first year of our 2020 strategic
Performing Arts, and the Barnes Foundation. Our *Better Bike Share Partnership for over a decade. Local governments across the region Zero Action Plan, which was released in September 2017.
plan, our advocacy helped advance team reached 500 people, 62% of whom were new bicycle riders, with bicycle safety are alreadying showing increased interest for installing The program offered six sessions where local and national
several significant bicycle policy and education and community rides, supporting the initiative’s goal build equitable and bicycle lanes in their communities. The Bicycle Coalition experts shared best practices in engineering, education, and
infrastructure projects across the replicable bike share systems. Through a new initiative, we trained five community working collaboratively with PennDOT, The Delaware Valley technology. Moving the conference to a Saturday and offering
region. Our youth cycling program members to teach Spanish language bicycle safety classes and lead rides. Regional Planning Commission, and local governments to “pay-what-you-can” tickets made the event more accessible to
advance a seven-mile bicycle lane project on Route 52 in community advocates.
grew in breadth and depth, and we *The Better Bike Share Partnership is a collaboration funded by The JPB Foundation to build Kennett Township, which will connect to existing bicycle
spread the joy of bicycling through a equitable and replicable bike share systems. The partners include The City of Philadelphia, Bicycle
Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) infrastructure in New Castle County, Delaware.
variety of classes and rides. and the People For Bikes Foundation. Learn more at BetterBikeShare.org

4200 Women Bike PHL Facebook 11 blocks (1 mile) of protected bike lane was
members supported one another online installed on West Chestnut Street in Fall 2017.
and face-to-face. The group continues to grow Though the stretch is not long, its impact is significant,
in numbers and inclusivity, inspiring women, providing cyclists a safe route from University City into
transgender, and non-binary folks in Greater Center City. The new lane is part of the Mayor’s commitment
Philadelphia to ride a bike. We partnered to install 30-miles of protected bike lanes by 2020. Another
with Janney Montgomery Scott, a financial high-profile protected bike lane project was announced at
investment firm, to provide this community our Vision Zero conference: after six years of advocacy, the
financial literacy and investment sessions. City will install a pilot of protected bicycle lanes on JFK Blvd
Our Vision Zero advocacy is
Janney and BCGP proudly partnered to deliver and Market Street between 15th and 20th Streets in Center
a powerful means for traffic
an inspirational panel of Women Bike PHL City making a much safer bicycle connection between City
victim’s family members to
cyclists at the 2017 Philadelphia Bike Expo Hall and the Schuylkill River Trail.  In each case, the Bicycle
channel their grief and help
session. The panel, titled “A Cyclist’s Journey” Coalition’s advocacy and organizing of public support helped
bring about positive change
depicted how cycling at any life stage can gain the necessary approvals from City Council to allow
on Philadelphia’s streets.
have a great impact on personal goals and these projects to advance.
development, and even impact one’s career
path and professional success.
75 governments in Greater Philadelphia have passed resolutions in favor of building 500 miles of Circuit
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Clockwise from top left: Michelle Lee, BCGP Board Trails by 2025. Of these, 54 were passed since our Regional Planner joined the team in May 2017.
Member and Women Bike PHL Devo Team founder;
Tamia Santiago, Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling Alumni
and Drexel Student; Karen Bliss, Chief Marketing Officer,
Advanced Sports Enterprises; Kiera Smalls, City Fit Girls
Co-Founder and former Indego Marketing Manager. 95% of BCYC athletes can think of many ways to
get good grades, which is 18% growth over the course of
their 3-month season. This growth fell directly in line with
the launch of Homework Help, which offers youth additional
academic support.

*In August 2017, we changed the name of our youth development
program from Cadence Youth Cycling to Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling.
Same great program with a different name.

The new ramp will replace thirty-nine steps, up which cyclists must now carry
their bicycles.

A $9 Million project to build the Benjamin Franklin
Bridge ADA-accessible bicycle and pedestrian ramp
received final approval for construction by the Delaware River
Port Authority Board of Commissions, capping a 13 year advocacy
4 new Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling Teams were added, offering even campaign. When the ramp is finished in 2019, it will become
more youth the opportunity learn healthy habits, discover their independence, the highest quality connection between the two states’ Circuit
build leadership skills, and join our cycling family. networks, which are separated by the Delaware River.
THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS | INDIVIDUALS T H A N K YO U TO O U R S U P P O RT E RS | O R GA N I Z AT I O N S

$25,000 + Mark Matthews and Kathleen Wolff Chris Mogee Missy Halberstadt $25,000 + $2,500 TO $4,999 $500 TO $999
Jerome and Julie Jacobs Joan Rosoff and Russell Meddin Lisa Moore Edwin and Audreina Hein Fuji Bikes AECOM Technology 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania
Jay and Terry Snider Isabel Melvin Alan Morrison and Suzanne Peck Nina Hoe Capital One CA Technologies AT&T
Jill and Paul Minick Paul Moul Michael Holland Horner Foundation Cadence Cycling and Multisport Benevity
$10,000 to $24,999 Martin Mrugal Joseph Nullmeyer Susan and Stephen Huntington The Mayor’s Fund for Philadelphia Central Bucks Bicycle Club Bicycle Club of Philadelphia
Jeffrey and Ruth Ann Dubb Pamela Murphy Lisa Nutter Cecily and Michael Kihn (Better Bike Share Partnership) The Food Trust Blank Aschekenasy Properties, LLC
David and Ann Hilton Hank and Terri O’Donnell Matt Pappajohn Thomas Landsmann The Snider Foundation Flyers Charities Blank Rome
Gail and Sanford Lipstein Ryan and Catherine Oelkers Cadence Kim and Warren Pear Sam Little and Frances Dalton William Penn Foundation Global Tax Management Delaware Valley Bicycle Club
Marsha and Jeffrey Perelman Robert Perry Leonard and Susan Lodish Janney Montgomery Scott Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
$5,000 to $9,999 Becca Refford and friends Elizabeth Rappaport and Daniel Fife Joseph Lubeck $10,000 to $24,999 Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation Exelon Foundation
Perry Benson Theresa and John Rollins Walter Rentschler Dirk Macalpine AARP Pennsylvania Junto Cycle Works Firth & Wilson Transport Cycles
Jason Duckworth Harry Roth and Lisa Heller Alice Ritchie Alan Mann Acrow Corporation The Jamie and Lisa Maguire Family Foundation Giant Bicycles
Charles Marshall John Russo Rachael Ross Sue Manuel Bicycle Transit Systems QCW Cycling Gilmore & Associates
Joseph Piscitello and Marissa Perrone Dr. Christian Sell Fred and Meryle Rothman Carl Martin Brandywine Realty Trust Stuart Leon Bicycle Crash Law Guy’s Racing Club
Chris Rassekh Leon Sharyon and Family Kurt Schoenkopf Jennifer Matthews Machines for Freedom Wapner Newman Wigrizer Brecher & Miller Kittelson & Associates
Ron and Marcia Rubin Jeffrey Silverman David Sekula Laura McKenna Positive Traction WSP KMJ Consulting, Inc.
Fred and Irene Shabel Scott Sommermann Sandy Sheller Christopher and Dorothy Mejia-Smith Uber Technologies, Inc. Zipcar Lone Wolf Cycling
Leslye Silver Harvey Stein Christopher and Tina Shelton Manuel and Marsha Menendez Urban Engineers McCormick Taylor
Cody Snider Robert Thomas, AIA Heather Shultz and Susan Mudambi Vie 13 Kustom Apparel $1,000 TO $2,499 Midnight Madness Distilling
Jamie Snider Karl Ulrich Jeffrey Newburger Jim Mueller Boles Smyth Associates NV5 - Technical Engineering & Consulting
Lindy Snider and Dr. Larry Kaiser Marc Utay Michael Speranza Donna and William Oliver $5,000 TO $9,999 Bikes and Beers Pen Trans
Sarena Snider Dr.Thomas Vernon and Pat West Andrew Stober and Keren Stofer Sara Olsen ABUS Bilenky Cycle Works Sprague Foundation
Tina Snider Elise and John Westhoff Caitlin Thompson and Mary Jane Osmick Allegra CHPlanning Susan Beard Design
Gerard Sweeney Christopher Williams Joseph Kopena Jonathan Perry Bartram’s Garden DERO Traffic Planning & Design, Inc.
Karen Winey and Russell Composto Patricia and Andy Toy Kelli Ponzer Bucks County Conference & Visitors Bureau, Inc. Designer Ts Vanguard Charitable
$2,500 — $4,999 Joyce and Erik Videlock Peg and Scott Porter Cohn & Wolfe Fidelity Charitable Fund
Paul Aschkenasy $500 — $999 Victoria Waldman Helen and David Pudlin District Taco Fox Rothschild LLP $250 TO $499
Jeffrey Braff and Hope Comisky James and Judy Allison Philip and Terry Weinberg J. Barton Riley Elsie Lee Garthwaite Memorial Foundation Glaxosmithkline Foundation Azavea
Amy Branch and Jeffrey Benoliel Barbara and Theodore Aronson Blake Rubin The Jill & Mark Fishman Foundation HDR Dirt Rag Magazine
A. Michael Broennle Janine Bauer $250 to $499 Andrew Ruether Lenfest Foundation Historic Kennett Square Illinois Tool Works Foundation
Edward and Bonnie Chang Susan Beard Ian Anger Kevin and Ellen Saint Clair PECO Independence Blue Cross Landlords Cycling
Michael Csuy Ashleigh Bergman Lawrence and Marcia Arem Chris and Amelia Sanchirico Philadelphia Eagles Jacobs Engineering The Last Drop Coffee House
Henry and Katherine Donner Leonard Bonarek and Melissa Donner Austin Banks Rachel and Michael Schade Philadelphia Insurance Companies Johnson, Mirmiran, and Thompson Medidata Solutions, Inc.
Jason and Angela Duckworth Ken Boyle Amanda Benner Raymond Scheinfeld and Piscitello Law - Bike Law PA Kennett Township Power Crunch
Abigail Flitter William Cafiero Shelley Bernstein Elana Benamy PNC Charitable Trust KPMG PROBAR LLC
Emily Furia Mark Cary Patrick Boe Titia and Harm Scherpbier Samuel E. Fels Fund La Colombe Rhinebeck Equine
Matthew and Megan Rutt Victoria and David Casale Robert Brothers David Schindler Social Impact Collaborative Lagunitas Brewing Company Salesforce.org
Lauran Schultz Hsien-Cheng Chang DeWitt Brown Peter and Lucy Bell Sellers Lanespotter Schwab Charitable
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Philip Senechal and Diane Deely Robert Cheetham Kenneth Burk Christine Shields Langan Engineering Stein’s Famous Deli
Mimi Sheller Nancy Drye Ford Calhoun Patricia Shields Merck Foundation Suburban Cyclists Limited
Elizabeth and Shawn Sweeney David and Francesca Engel Elizabeth and Charles Carmalt Benjamin Nathans and Michael Baker International Touchpoint, Inc.
Kelli Wright Beth Fayant Melissa Caruso Nancy Silverman Miovision United Way of Gloucester County
Jeff Feldman Peter Childers Alexander and Vanessa Spiro Network for Good UrbanStems Philly
$1,000 — $2,499 Nancy and John Fischer Joanna Chodorowska Roger Sternfeld Pexco
Jack Ahrens, MD Patrick Gaffney Warren Clark Robert Swartley and Terri Clark Philadelphia Activities Fund
Linda Altman and Richard Canel Stephen Gaines Terry Clopper Susan and Robert Tafel Philadelphia Triathlon Club
Johan Anestad Elizabeth Gemmill Chris Cosper Rochelle Teachey Pickett Mastery Charter School
Anonymous Patricia Glaser Emily Davis Edward Theurkauf Powell Family Foundation
Jonathan Berger Dr. and Mrs. G.S. Peter Gross Joshua Deringer David Thompson REI Co-op
Max and Elyse Berger Heidi Grunwald and Anonymous Donor Charles Valade Rete Mirabile Fund of Triangle Community Foundation
Sheryl and William Bullitt Kenneth Rymdeko William Dowling Anje Van Berckelaer Samuel Tabas Family Foundation
Daniel Rader and Carolyn Cannuscio Charles Hall Ronald Dunbar Dr. Bettyruth Walter SEPTA
Steven Carter George Hasenecz Deborah Duskey Bob, Cindy and Ben Wassell Shoemaker Mastery Charter School
Ronald Collman, MD Mark Hastings Chris Escuti Jeff and Marsha Weinstein Snap Kitchen
Francis Cuddy Jeffrey Istvan Anna Forrester and Mitchell Young Dane and Joan Wells Tattooed Mom
Kurt and Meredith Dodds Christopher Jacobs and Nancy Post Heidi and Ottis Foster Joseph Wentzell and Cynthia Leung United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern
Thomas Durling Debra and James Kahn Laura, Richard, Michael and William and Lois West New Jersey
Jill and Mark Fishman Mary and Justin Klein Jack Fredricks Emily White University of Pennsylvania
Jane and Joseph Goldblum Robert Klerman Michael Furman Steve and Debbie Wigrizer World Wide Technology Foundation
Anne Gordon and Phil Berman Michele Langer and Alan Cohen Kathleen Glackin Constance and Sankey Williams
Ghassan Hamra and Leah Schinasi Pamela Laws and Robert Whitelaw Paul Glass Mike Williams
Greg and Stephanie Ladner Deborah Leedale-Brown Barbara and Stephen Gold David Yacobelli
Gene Lefevre Stephen Maluk Susan and Sam Gordon Alan and Jayne Yockey
Craig Levin Lou Manna Allan and Jane Greenspan Glenda Yu
Jake Liefer and Diane McLean Shawn McCaney Steve Gulick
Brian Lipstein Martin McNamara and Tom Callan
Susie Maguire Faye Meyers
David and Tina Mitchell
W H AT W E D O

Education Advocacy
BETTER BIKE SHARE THE CIRCUIT TRAILS
PA R T N E R S H I P Together with the William Penn Foundation and
Through the Better Bike Share Partnership, we work partner organizations, we have secured tens of millions
to help adults feel comfortable riding a bicycle. These of dollars to build off-road, multipurpose trails in our
free Adult Learn to Ride classes, Urban Riding Basics region. Connecting the over 800 miles of the Circuit
classes, and group rides for beginners are offered in will strengthen our region by providing a place for
English and Spanish in order to make them accessible healthy transportation and recreation, connecting
to more Philadelphians. our communities to green space, and making our
neighborhoods more attractive places to live and work.
BICYCLE COALITION
YOUTH CYCLING BIKING THE SUBURBS
Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling fosters healthy habits, We work with volunteer affiliate groups to advocate for
independence and leadership in Philadelphia youth, the implementation of low-stress street networks and
one ride at a time. Our athletes compete across a strategically-located bicycle facilities in the eight counties
variety of cycling disciplines (road, triathlon, cross, surrounding Philadelphia, and to overcome obstacles
touring, mountain bike) and engage in mentorship such as funding, legal hurdles and outdated standards.
and leadership activities like weekly Homework Help
sessions, presenting at the National Bike Summit, and H U B & S P O K E : P H I L A D E L P H I A’ S
lobbying Congress for better infrastructure. BIKEWAY NETWORK
This campaign aims to increase public understanding
BIKE NICE and support for a connected high quality bicycle
Members and staff of the Bicycle Coalition of infrastructure in Philadelphia to attract new bicyclists
Greater Philadelphia promote and encourage all and to contribute toward traffic-calming in areas plagued
cyclists to follow the rules of the road, for the sake of by crashes that cause fatalities and severe injuries.
everyone— especially Philadelphia’s most vulnerable
road users: pedestrians. VISION ZERO
Thanks in part to our advocacy, the City of Philadelphia
WOMEN BIKE PHL released a comprehensive Vision Zero Action Plan in 2017.
A network of women/trans/nonbinary Philadelphians, The plan recommends actions to reduce traffic deaths
Women Bike PHL works toward gender equity to zero by 2030. Since then, the Bicycle Coalition has
in cycling. This community provides education, continued to host our annual Vision Zero Conference to
encouragement and support to active and aspiring share best practices around safe streets and to advocate
cyclists through group rides, beginner race teams, for equity in traffic enforcement.
workshops, and social events.

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