- Volunteer Night
The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia holds volunteer training nights every month, typically the first Wednesday. You’ll learn what’s involved in helping us with outreach events (sharing and speaking about our work, and listening to concerns about the state of cycling and cyclists in Philly); then you’ll have a chance to sign up for events in the following weeks. Please register 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.
- THIS WEEK IN BICYCLING: Our Weekly News Roundup
Open Streets Was a Hit! The Pope was here last weekend. The streets were largely closed to cars. It was awesome. After the Bicycle Coalition’s Katie Monroe wrote a story for Philly.com pointing out the beauty of Philly’s closed (to cars) streets last Friday, the rest of Philly media jumped on it, and a new organizing […] The post THIS WEEK IN BICYCLING: Our Weekly News Roundup appeared first on Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.
- Trader Joe’s Gets Their Own Awareness Cones
Back in April, we told you about how awareness cones were actually making a small difference at 20th and Market in Philadelphia. For too long, cars pulling into the tiny Trader Joe’s parking lot in Center City were blocking the bike lane along that street, making the conditions dangerous and largely unpassable for cyclists, and while we […] The post Trader Joe’s Gets Their Own Awareness Cones appeared first on Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.
- How Do We Make #PopenStreets a Yearly Event?
In July, Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia research director John Boyle noted that Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia marked an “amazing, once in a decade opportunity for Philadelphia to host its first open streets event.” Well, the Pope Weekend came and went, and the city did not run with that idea. But thousands of bicyclists and […] The post How Do We Make #PopenStreets a Yearly Event? appeared first on Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.