Selling biking: Perceived safety, the barrier that still matters

November 07, 2013 Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer Second in a series about opinions held by the “swing voters” of bicycling. To people who ride bikes in many U.S. cities, Portland and San Francisco might feel like heaven. But for the...

How to apply for the Green Lane Project: Free webinars

November 05, 2013 Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer There’s no program quite like the Green Lane Project. Instead of offering money to your city (well, not much money) we’re offering inspiration. Not to mention knowhow, camaraderie and...

Life’s little treasures

November 06, 2013 Jon + Morgan, PFB Crew East After setting out on a ride, we ran into a flock of sheep who had better things to do than clear the trail. When we hit the road for PeopleForBikes, we realized we were headed for adventure. We knew we would get the...

Selling biking: A new study on the ‘swing voters’ of the street

November 06, 2013 Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer First in a series. San Francisco and Portland are celebrated as two of the best U.S. cities for biking. In fact, one in every 25 American bike commuters lives in one of these two cities. But even in...

Bikes Belong seeks Data Analyst and System Manager

This full-time exempt position is based in the Bikes Belong/PeopleForBikes offices in Boulder, CO, and is part of the Bohm Strategy Center. The successful candidate will serve as Bikes Belong/PeopleForBikes lead data analyst and information system manager and will...

Vice President of Bikes Belong rolls on to new ventures

After four productive years, Bruno Maier, Sr. Vice President of Bikes Belong and national bicycling movement PeopleForBikes, has announced his resignation and plans to redirect his career. Maier will step down on August 15. During his tenure at Bikes Belong and...