Training Physical Ed Teachers to teach Bike and Walk Safety in their P.E. classes.
Word on the Street
Posts filed under Bicycle Safety
Why kids should be walking and bicycling to school in preparation for Walk & Roll to School Week.
N’Courage NOLA went to the library to collect stories about “Streets Built to Share.”
Update on the St. Bernard Avenue demonstration project
Driving, parking, and biking safely in the protected bike lanes
Bike Easy Instructors, David & Laura, led bike classes for campers at ISL Olivier Campus in June
Youth Ambassadors help Bike Easy understand transportation priorities and needs for our region’s youth
Spring bike safety activities with Bike Easy
Traffic Skills 101 at Bike Easy teaches riders to bike confidently in traffic
Bike Easy led adult and youth activities in Gentilly at Arthur Ashe School’s MLK Day of Service
Bike Easy conducted Walk & Roll to School safety classes during PE in Gretna this month
Bike Easy’s Safety Education encourages people to ride safely
Bike Easy Youth Ambassador, Tyler Warren, on safe and equitable transportation in New Orleans
September 20th, 21st, and 22nd from 6p to 9p at Bike Easy, 2100 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd
Allene La Spina, Bike Easy Instructor, on teaching at Alvar Library as part of our 2016 Back to School Safety & Repair Workshop series
Chasity Hunter from our 2016 youth ambassador cohort, Pedal + Crank Dat, shares about her summer experience
Summer Biking in City Park: NORDC Teen Outdoor Camp Bike Class by Lauren Nagel, Bike Easy Instructor
Bike Easy led a bike class in June, called Krewe du Cruise, at Summer CampX
Help Bike Easy plot its course for the next 3 years
Pedal + Crank Dat is Bike Easy’s 2016 youth cohort of safety ambassadors
Claiborne Corridor Ambassadors host event to improve safety at the Lafitte Greenway crossings
Bike Easy’s safety programs are working to make biking safer in our region!
A recent series of attacks has targeted people on bikes and people walking
Bike Easy works with neighborhood, community and school groups to get young people moving on bikes!
2016 New Orleans Bike Map and Guide to Safe Cycling Released Today, Distributed Next Week
Bike Easy seeks to expand educational capacity by training more instructors
Bike Easy has big plans for 2016, and we need your support!
Bike Easy & Young Leadership Council encourage active transportation to and from school
Bike Easy & LA DOTD bring Walk & Roll Curriculum to schools throughout our region and most recently, this October, in Gretna.
Nationally recognized bike leader joins Bike Easy as Community Education Manager
Bicycle safety videos from the Regional Planning Commission
Damu Curtis, Bike Easy Youth Spokeswoman/Intern, spent part of her summer assisting with the Bike Explorer class at the innovative First Line Schools Summer CampX in June 2015.
Damu, our youth intern, offers reflections on her experience at Bike Easy
Join an event at a participating school!
Everyone plays a role in making our roads safer - Happy Bike to Work Week!
Our outreach team hits the streets for NOLA Bike to Work Week, with support from NiteRider!
Bike Easy Partners with GRoW Saturdays and Youth Empowerment Project to Hold a Family Bike Clinic!
Bike Easy’s partnership with Bike Law Louisiana
We are bringing Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety to 4th & 5th grade classes throughout New Orleans
The League of American Bicyclists names New Orleans a top bicycling community!
It’s not too late to donate to help our education programs!
Buffered bike lane to be implemented in CBD.
Making this CBD street safer, healthier, and more inviting for everyone.
Zero Traffic-Related Deaths: Our Vision for New Orleans
Check out Bike Easy’s proposal for dedicated bike lanes on this valued public asset
Providing support to commuting bicyclists year-round!
The quick, easy way to check over your bike before (and after!) NOLA Bike to Work Day
A daily bicyclist decides to keep riding, and discusses the role we all have to play in keeping our streets safe
A pedicabber breaks down why it’s safer to ride with traffic - not against
What will happen when Jamie leaves Bike Easy?
A bicyclist gains perspective pushing gas pedals.
Why is it that bicycling is booming in certain parts of the city while in others bicyclists are virtually non-existent?
NolaVie breaks down the details behind the Decatur Bike Lane issue
Helpful Ride Tips for the Second Line!
From James Wilson, American Bicycle League Certified Instructor