Cincinnati Bicycle Dealers Association
The Cincinnati Bicycle Dealers Association is a coalition of locally owned bike shops in and around Cincinnati, Ohio. We work together to build a stronger cycling community with a focus on education, safety, planning and promoting local bicycle advocacy.
The Florida Bicycle Association
Advocating a bicycle-friendly Florida. FBA was incorporated in 1997 for educational and charitable purposes and is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt corporation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Bylaws (PDF).
Our Mission: To inspire and support people and communities to enjoy greater freedom and well-being through bicycling.
Our Vision: We envision a state where people of all ages see bicycling as an enjoyable, practical and safe activity and transportation option, and where all who lawfully use the roadways, motorists and bicyclists alike, respect and appreciate each other’s use.
- To be a powerful, influential organization that protects and advances the interests of bicyclists
- To educate bicyclists, pedestrians and motorists about safely sharing roadways and paths
- To be a voice for the needs of bicyclists
- To encourage the creation of great on-road and off-road places to ride
- To provide a statewide communications network for bicyclists
- To encourage more people to bicycle more often
FBA is supported by membership dues and grants for safety education and both bicyclist and motor vehicle driver awareness programs. At our annual meeting each fall, we recognize people, communities and agencies around the state for their outstanding contributions to a bicycle friendly Florida. To see who wins these awards, go here.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit educational association whose mission is to create, enhance and preserve great mountain biking experiences.
Since 1988, IMBA has been bringing out the best in mountain biking by encouraging low-impact riding, volunteer trailwork participation, cooperation among different trail user groups, grassroots advocacy and innovative trail management solutions.
IMBA’s worldwide network includes 35,000 individual members, more than 750 bicycle clubs, more than 200 corporate partners and about 600 retailer shops. IMBA’s members live in all 50 U.S. states, most Canadian provinces and in 30 other countries.
IMBA’s headquarters in the United States are located in Boulder, Colorado. We currently have 42 full-time staff members, including seven regional directors located in the Pacific Northwest, Southwest, Rocky Mountains, Upper Midwest, Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the United States.
The League of American Bicyclists
The League of American Bicyclists promotes bicycling for fun, fitness and transportation. As the nation’s voice for bicyclists, we protect and promote the rights of America’s 57 million cyclists on Capitol Hill and work through advocacy and education to build a bicycle-friendly America in local communities nationwide. With a current membership of 300,000 affiliated cyclists, including 25,000 individuals and 700 affiliated organizations, the League works to bring better bicycling to your community.
LEVA – The Light Electric Vehicle Association
The Light Electric Vehicle Association (LEVA) represents the strategic interests of light electric vehicle retailers, dealers, distributors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the development, sale, and use of LEVs worldwide. Members receive support and educational resources to expand their businesses while initiating efforts to influence and adopt legislation, regulation, performance standards, promotion and general best practices in the light electric vehicle industry.
Outdoor Industries Women’s Coalition
Founded in 1996, the Outdoor Industries Women’s Coalition is the only national organization dedicated to workplace equity, diversity, and inclusion by expanding opportunities for women and companies in the Outdoor, Snow, and Bike Industries. OIWC provides professional development, education, and leadership programming that promotes women’s advancement.
For over 90 industry partners, OIWC is the trusted resource for best practices and industry models around gender equity, respect, and inclusion.
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) is creating a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines to build healthier places for healthier people. RTC advocates for trail-friendly policies at the federal, state and local levels, as well as in the courts, and works at the forefront of trail development and active transportation across the country.
Bicycle Dealer Magazine
Bicycle Dealer Magazine is the industry’s only information source that’s focused on what IBD’s want and need RIGHT NOW: ideas that boost store profitability, strengthen their businesses and increase customer retention. Six times a year, Bicycle Dealer Magazine reaches every IBD in America with the business-building information that they just won’t find anywhere else.
Momentum Magazine is an independent media company that promotes, encourages and inspires Smart Living by Bike.
Published six times a year, Momentum focuses on transportation cycling and bike culture in North America. Momentum’s positive and solutions-based editorial coverage includes arts & culture, city and people profiles, style, advocacy, current events and gear.