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Saturday, October 20th
October is an exciting month for Bike Easy and we hope you’ll join us!
How to use current Connect the Crescent installations.
Bike Valet events for October
Bike Easy and Blue Bikes organized a community ride for members of GirlTrek
September 26, 2018
More protected bikeways are coming!
News about upcoming Connect the Crescent Installations!
Help make biking better by guiding and building our organization
Contact your elected officials to support Connect The Crescent
David visits Portland, a city with many transportation solutions, for a conference on improving bike share.
News for the week.
Over 50 volunteers started improving Baronne Street on Saturday, Sept 8
Connect the Crescent installation begins September 8th!
Bike Easy and Whole Foods Market have teamed up to install 2 new public use repair stations!
For immediate release: August 30, 2018
Get involved with Connect the Crescent - one of the largest ‘pop-up’ demonstration projects in the country
A note from Dan Favre, Executive Director, on the upcoming Spoketacular!
Talking to neighbors about Connect the Crescent.
A pop-up connected, protected bikeway is coming!
Walk / Bike / Places is in New Orleans September 16th - 19th!
Something big is about to blast off.
Stories from installing a Living with Water and Traffic Calming pop-up
Bike Easy updates and upcoming events.
Bike Easy and The New Orleans Public Library have partnered to help promote biking in the city!
A look at our latest education events.
Let Mayor LaToya Cantrell know you support better biking and walking in New Orleans!
Thursday, July 26th at 10 am
A Complete Streets Ambassador’s Perspective
Making busy Gentilly streets safer for walking & biking and showcasing how we can better live with water at home and in the neighborhood
Bike towards a world free of Multiple Sclerosis!
Our TrailNation Project
Summary of an economic analysis of biking from Bike Baton Rouge
Using New Orleans latest transportation option.
Our Executive Director recently returned from a bicycle study tour in the Netherlands
A difficult, if not impossible, task.
Adult Safety Classes
2018 Conference and Big Jump Meetup in Indianapolis
A new grant takes aim at providing equitable transit for all.
Keith Holt, Community Education Manager, attended the TrailNation Summit
Nick’s take on bicycling in New Orleans.
Dan Favre, Executive Director, gives the weekly update.
A story from Jonelle Everett, a Bike Easy Teen Ambassador
Events and Bike Easy updates.
Making A Difference On Caffin Avenue
In partnership with the New Orleans Department of Health
A discussion about the upcoming bikeway installation.
Don’t miss out on Kids Bike Day!
Get involved with Bike Easy!
Bike Easy Challenge closes with dramatic flare across team categories
Photos and recap.
Get certified with Bike Easy!
Upcoming events and other Bike Easy news!
Dan talks about how Membership supports the work of Bike Easy.
Formerly known as Traffic Safety 101
GiveNOLA stats for 2018!
Call the parish council to voice your support for passing a Complete Streets policy!
Keith Holt, Bike Easy’s Community Education Manager, discusses Bike Easy’s involvement in the Forward Together Mayoral Transition Report.
Through her time as an advocate in Broadmoor and New Orleans City Councilmember, Latoya Cantrell has been a champion for the needs of people who bike and walk.
Dan gives an update on the inauguration of Mayor LaToya Cantrell and the Forward Together transition report.
GiveNOLA is Tuesday, May 1st!
Dan gives updates on the end of the Bike Easy Challenge and GiveNOLA Day May, 1st.
What we learned from installing the first on-road protected bikeway in Jefferson Parish
Bike share in New Orleans helps riders compete in the Bike Easy Challenge!
End of Bike Easy Challenge and Broad Street Overpass news.
Become Bike Easy Bike/Walk Friendly Driver certified.
Oliver, Campaign Assistant, recaps Intersections: Creating Culturally Complete Streets
Mid-way through the Bike Easy Challenge
Upcoming events and announcments
Celebrating all people - first timers and regular riders - who ride a bike to work!
The Entergy and Bike Easy partnership extends into its 7th year
Efforts to increase safety, ridership and access to bikes in the Lower 9th Ward
Experience the comfort and safety of riding in protected bike lanes on Loyola Drive until April 15.
Register for the Challenge, learn how to become a Champion and other resources.
A new tool to find Fixit Stations, Bike Easy Business Members, and events!
Register for the Bike Easy Challenge & encourage someone else to ride with you
Check out volunteers painting barricade covers!
All new and current Sustaining Members will be entered into a drawing for tickets!
How to join a team or create a new team!
Join us at the Kenner Pop-Up Protected Bikeway installation March 24th to help more Jefferson Parish residents feel comfortable biking by improving our streets.
Upcoming events and other Bike Easy news!
Bike Easy is a Better Bike Share Partnership grantee!
Spring is quickly approaching and things are starting to kick up at Bike Easy. Let us know how you can help!
Riding from the Westbank to the ferry to New Orleans streets, all for the joy of biking.
Join a team or as an individual and lets get more people riding bikes this spring!
Biking to the parades is a great time! Follow these tips to ensure your bike stays with you throughout the festival season.
Get on your bike and ride!
Support your community by becoming a Bike Easy Member today!
Introduce more new riders and promote more ways for regular riders to connect - Join the Bike Easy Challenge!
Community members come together to fund a repair station at a major biking thruway!
Help advocate for streets built to share for all.
Take a look at events, workshops, and accomplishments of 2017.
Bike Easy Members and community partners gathered December 13th to recognize Bike Easy Award winners.
An overview of the Complete Streets for Health Equity Report Release Luncheon
An Evaluation of New Orleans and Jefferson Parish
A new form of transportation for the City of New Orleans
Volunteer to get more people riding bikes in 2018