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

  

  We are excited to announce that the Anchorage Museum will be teaming up with Bike Anchorage this summer to offer bike programs and opportunities.  It all starts on May 22nd and runs through July.   Bike to the Museum 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 22 May is National Bike Month. Bike to the museum after 6 p.m. on...

In an opinion piece, Bike Anchorage's Brian Litmans set out why a proposed sentence of 3 years (with 2 suspended) for the crime of driving under the influence, manslaughter or criminally negligent homicide and leaving the scene (or fleeing) fails to send a message that we as a society have zero tolerance for such acts, especially the inhumane act of...

With your help we got unanimous support from the Anchorage Assembly for the Anchorage Bike Plan. The Plan calls for a bike network of bike lanes, bike shoulders, multi-use paths and other infrastructure like bike boulevards and shared roads. All of this infrastructure is key to making our streets safer for everyone: people on foot, on bikes, and in cars....

The National Forum on Women and Bicycling shared exciting stories about how women are making a big difference in the bike world in this country, and how to bring those experiences back to our community. Let’s start a Women Bike Anchorage! People for Bikes just released a new report based on surveying adults and children (through their parents). The report shows that...

In 2012, over two years after the Anchorage Bicycle Plan was unanimously passed, bicyclists began asking “when will the city start putting in bike lanes?” Bike lanes are a vital step to making our city safer for both motorists and bicyclists and making Anchorage a more bicycle-friendly city. Installing bike lanes and implementing the Anchorage Bicycle Plan is a key...


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