- 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.
- Ben Franklin Bridge Ramp To Open June 4th
Today the Delaware River Port Authority has set the date and time for the opening of the Bicycle and Pedestrian ramp on the Camden side of the Ben Franklin Bridge. Join the Delaware River Port Authority and the Circuit Coalition for event on June 4th. For updates follow ours blog and CircuitTrails.org. Our mood, currently: […]
- Why We Support Ballot Question 4, and How We Want To See it Implemented
When Philadelphians vote on Tuesday (tomorrow!), one of the ballot questions they’ll be asked to support, or not support, is a new city charter which would create a civilian enforcement arm to the Philadelphia Police Department, specifically for traffic and low-level issues, hopefully providing for safer streets and dealing with congestion in West Philly, Center […]
- Automated Enforcement Bill Passes Council
Automated enforcement for Roosevelt Boulevard passed Philadelphia City Council on Thursday, May 16, a huge step toward making streets safer for all road users in Philadelphia and moving toward zero deaths. The legislation, introduced and championed by Councilperson Cherelle Parker, and co-sponsored by Council President Darrell Clarke, and Councilpeople Maria Quinones-Sanchez and Cindy Bass, is […]