At long last bike share has returned to New Orleans! We’re so excited to have these bikes throughout the city as an option for public transportation. Now operated by Blue…
Making bicycling easy, safe, and fun for everyone in Greater New Orleans
Leadership changes are coming to Bike Easy. As he resigns as Executive Director, Dan Favre shares the message below. After 6.5 years behind the handlebars of this fantastic organization,…
At this time of recovery following Hurricane Ida, the greater New Orleans region is still picking up the pieces. Most of our days are filled with a lot of labor,…
We represent all people who ride or who would like to ride bikes in Greater New Orleans.
By educating the public on safety, building support through advocacy, and organizing community events and activities, we improve bicycling conditions for everyone in the region.
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What We Do
Examples of our work
We bring about change through education, advocacy, and community.
Virtual Bicycle Workshops
Our programs promote bicycle safety and equip old and new riders alike with the resources and skills they need to ride a bicycle safely and confidently, with the ultimate goal of increasing bicycle ridership in our region.
Complete Streets Campaign
An effective Complete Streets policy means every street that is built or reconstructed is designed to accommodate all people. Our long-term goal is that this complete streets approach is institutionalized and normalized in all jurisdictions of Greater New Orleans and that all steps of street design, construction, and operations embody these values.
Bike Easy April Challenge
A fun, free challenge to help get more people on bikes in Greater New Orleans. Ride anytime, anywhere in April to earn points and win prizes, build teams and recruit others to ride, and connect with community on the virtual platform.
How We've Helped
Increase in number of people biking to work since 2003
Number of people reached by our Bike Safety Programs
Decrease in risk of being injured while biking
“A better cycling environment and greater education for all bikers, drivers, and walkers can only lead to a more vibrant community encouraging more people to bike because they feel safer.”