Recent Blog Posts
Members of the New Orleans City Council met to discuss a Complete Streets policy as well as Slow Zones in the French Quarter. Here’s our update on what happened and what it means.
The map shows you where all of New Orleans bike lanes are, as well as where future bike lanes are proposed to be built
Join us participating in walking and biking activities for kids October 5-9!
With all the rain Louisiana is getting this season, we figured it would be a good time to refresh on some tips on how to deal with the rain; before, during , and after!
We’re proud to match people who need a bike, with those who can donate bikes. Will you support our #BikeMatch NOLA program to help us keep making matches?
Where we live and how we get around are fundamental to our daily lives. Taken together, the combined expense of housing and transportation amount to most families’ largest expenditures. To preserve the fabric of our community amid today’s economic realities, transportation options together with housing must be safe, accessible, and affordable. That’s why Bike Easy is asking the New Orleans City Council to support the Smart Housing Mix.
We’re excited about the City’s new proposals to pedestrianize the French Quarter, and we want to ensure that these improvements also include protections for people biking.
Learn about our #BikeMatch program and hear from one of our recipients.
Learn about the city’s new proposed bike infrastructure improvements and what it means for you.
Learn everything you need to know about biking from how to choose a bike to how to navigate different roadway infrastructure at this month’s virtual education workshops.
Mayor Cantrell’s administration promised to unveil a new Complete Streets policy for New Orleans within the next 30 days!
It doesn’t matter whether you’re just getting started getting on a bike, haven’t ridden in 20 years and need a refresher or helping a child or friend to get their balance, these tips and tricks will help you out.