We advocate for a more vibrant, livable, and healthy Anchorage where it is safe and practical to go by bike.

  

Steve Heimel’s voice is a part of many Alaskans’ daily routine as they listen to his reporting on the Alaska Public Radio Network, or hear him hosting the program “Talk of Alaska.” But what they can’t tell from his smooth baritone is that Steve is a lean, vibrant 69-year-old who rides to work year-round and leads a mostly car-free life. ...

What:  2012 Winter Bike Fest kick-off with a Bike First Friday Poker Ride

Winter Bike Fest 2012 concludes this sunday, February 12th with the Winter City 30/50K Randonee ride through Anchorage.

Moscow to Mongolia: A bike in a suitcase, the trans-Siberian railroad and a 1,000 kilometer cycling adventure. More than beautiful landscapes and intimate portraits- you will learn about adventure cycling, how to ride the Russian rails, and why you might want full suspension and a GPS in Mongolia.

In mid December, BCA was excited to see that Senator Begich’s amendment to a transportation safety bill passed unanimously through the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. The amendment encourages states and local governments to design and build roads that are safe for both motorized and non-motorized users. 


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