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

  

Friday Treat Stations and Bike to Work Day would not be possible without our lovely treat station hosts, who – rain or shine – get out there and make cyclists' commutes that much sweeter. From salmon to twinkies to a warm cup of coffee, we love them all and just want to say A HUGE THANK YOU for all their...

We have some great news for people desiring to access Mountain View, the Ship Creek trail, and the Glen Highway multi-use path. This week, at a Bike and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) under the coordination of Anchorage Metropolitan area Transportation Solution (AMATS), planners described two great projects to create safer and more effective biking in east Anchorage: 

During the Summer Bike Challenge, our city's businesses and organizations support bike commuters in the morning on the last Friday of June, July, and August--and an "after work" station at the Westchester Lagoon. Add them to your daily commute routine! Friday, June 24th Friday, July 29th Friday, August 26th Here is a map of treat stations around Anchorage with their...

About 50 people gathered for a bicycle tour of Spenard, highlighting the neighborhood’s assets, dangers, hazards and amenities. The tour was part of an effort sponsored by Bike Anchorage, the Anchorage  Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions (AMATS), and the municipal planning department to develop a long-range strategy for what has been defined as the Spenard Corridor. The intention of the planning...

This Letter to the Editor, published in the Anchorage Dispatch News, was written in response to the May 10th ADN article by Michelle Theriault Boots: An Anchorage cyclist is recovering after being left for dead in a hit-and-run. First of all huge shoutout to Jackie Minge for finishing the Gold Nugget Triathlon even after being the hit-and-run victim of Boots' article....


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