All Aboard the LA Bike Train

As part of our Women on a Roll series last week, we showcased the importance of confidence in getting more women on bikes. In our live webcast, we delved into the impact and influence of educational outreach — providing relevant and welcoming classes and programs that...

10 Tips: Engaging Women in Bike Ed

From our “Women on a Roll” report, we’ve learned that confidence is a key factor to getting more women on bikes.  On our webcast this week, we heard from four leading League Cycling Instrictors who shared some tips on building women’s...

Confident Riders = More Women on Bikes

When I first rediscovered riding for daily transportation in 2008, I was living in Kansas City, Mo. Though a growing urban center, I was easily able to cruise comfortably on lightly traveled streets and quiet neighborhood roads for the majority of my trips. Moving to...

5 Tips for the Bike Industry

This week, Women Bike is spreading the Women Mean Business message at Interbike, the biggest bike industry event of the year. Not only does author (and Women Bike Advisory Board member) Elly Blue know a thing or two about the intersection of gender and cycling, but...

Challenge Profile: Anthony Redding

Anthony Redding's old mountain bike hung, untouched, in his garage for a good 15 years.  But when he received word he'd have to get both of his knees removed, he decided to make a change and get back on his bike. We caught up with the Hanover, Pa.-based...

On the Road with the League

As the national voice for America’s bicyclists, the League is based in Washington, D.C., but our staff is constantly on the road to make biking better in your community. We attend conferences and Summit from coast to coast to share our knowlegde, listen and...