Bicycle Advocacy Groups – 2016 Listing

A compilied list of organizations that advocate for improved cycling on the local, state and federal governments. As seen in Issue #138 of Bicyclist: SoCal & Beyond.

These organizations advocate for improved cycling on the local, state and federal governments.

Local/State Advocacy Groups:

California Bicycle Coalition

Bike Bakersfield

Bay Area Bicycle Coalition

Bicycle Culture Institute

The Bicycle Tree

Bike Santa Cruz County

Black Girls Do Bike


East Bay Bicycle Coalition

El Fenix

Fresno County Bicycle Coalition

Inland Empire Bicycle Alliance

LADOT Bike Program

Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

Marin County Bicycle Coalition

Merced Bicycle Coalition

Napa County Bicycle Coalition

Orange County Bicycle Coalition

The Orange County Wheelmen (OCW)


Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

San Diego County Bicycle Coalition

Santa Ana Safe Streets (SASS)

Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition

Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition

SLO County Bicycle Coalition

Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition

California has the most advocacy groups of any state in the US.

National Advocacy Groups:

Adventure Cycling Association

Alliance for Biking and Walking


International Mountain Biking Association

League of American Bicyclists

National Bicycle Greenway

People For Bikes

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

Streetsblog USA

Global Advocacy Groups:

World Bicycle Relief

International Bicycle Fund

*Ed Note. This list was published in Issue #137 on December 5th, 2016. If you do not see your organization or coalition on this list, please let us know.

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