Bike Easy Blog

Summer Advocacy Roundup

Welcome to Bike Easy’s first quarterly advocacy round up! This newsletter aims to give New Orleans-area residents insight into advocacy campaigns and opportunities to take action for better biking and complete streets around our region. Lakeshore Drive Redesign Project In April, the Flood Protection Authority presented a plan to reconstruct and reconfigure a section of Lakeshore Drive, from Canal Boulevard…

We’re hiring! Youth Programs Coordinator

We’re hiring a new Youth Programs Coordinator at Bike Easy! Job description and submission information below: As the Youth Programs Coordinator, you will: Work collaboratively with the Education and Policy Manager to implement all aspects of Bike Easy’s youth bicycle education and safety programming. Continue to develop and deliver a curriculum that includes on-bike training geared towards students of all…

Recapping Bike Month

Last week, the National Bike Month Challenge wrapped, and we’re thankful to see so many familiar names logging rides and miles throughout the month! This year was a big shift from our normal programming throughout the month of April, but we still had some great events in the month of May. Though the big push for #makeeveryridecount may be over,…

National Bike Summit 2024 Report Back

Last month, Bike Easy staff and board members attended the National Bike Summit in Washington D.C. March 19-21. The annual summit, organized by the League of American Bicyclists, brings together cycling advocates, industry leaders, policymakers, and enthusiasts to discuss issues related to biking, such as infrastructure, safety, and advocacy. The summit includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, workshops, network ing opportunities,…

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