- Volunteer Night
Volunteers make the magic happen! We began as an all-volunteer organization, and we still rely on volunteers for our events, outreach, data collection and entry. If you are interested in making a difference in the fun and safety of bicycling in the Philadelphia region, you came to the right place. There are many ways you can get involved in this effort. If you want to hear about these events as they become available please activate your volunteer status, click here.
- Rides, Events & Classes
We regularly offer free workshops, rides, and classes in Philly and the suburbs. Check out our blog for event descriptions, dates, and links for registration.
- Life in the Fast Lane: Biking on Kelly ‘Drive’
A recent article published by Philly Voice answered one disgruntled motorist’s complaints about cyclists on Kelly Drive using the roadway instead of the bike path. The concerned driver commented on the “arrogant and dangerous” manner in which cyclists refuse to use the designated bike path, bringing up a legitimate safety concern that involves everyone, drivers […] The post Life in the Fast Lane: Biking on Kelly ‘Drive’ appeared first on Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.
- Vision Zero Philadelphia 2017 Discusses Best Practices for Safe Streets
The Bicycle Coalition’s of Greater Philadelphia’s Vision Zero 2017 Conference takes place on March 1st at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, and will bring together leading experts, elected officials and members of the public to share opportunities and best practices for creating local roadways that respect all human dignity and eliminate traffic deaths. “The Bicycle Coalition’s goals for the […] The post Vision Zero Philadelphia 2017 Discusses Best Practices for Safe Streets appeared first on Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.
- Princeton’s Bike Share Program Shows That Small Places Can Do It Too
It began in 2015 at a single location with the opening of the new Princeton Train Station (Dinky Line Shuttle),Princeton Bike Share is a joint project between Princeton University and the Municipality of Princeton. There are now 15 stations with nearly 100 bicycles in the system. The system is managed by Zagster. A bike share […] The post Princeton’s Bike Share Program Shows That Small Places Can Do It Too appeared first on Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.