A 2006 survey of the members of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. (PDF) (81KB)
This report card released in 2007 scores four urban cities (San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle, and New York) on how well they are fighting climate change through transportation reform. This project was a joint effort by Alliance member organizations: Chicagoland Bicycle Federation, Cascade Bicycle Club, Transportation Alternatives, and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
The League of American Bicyclists’ (LAB) Bike Advocacy Center lets citizens enter a zip code to find local officials, provides updates on key legislations and actions, and gives an overview of how senators and representative voted on key votes. (URL)
This sample press release: Tragic Death Inspires Awareness Campaign - is from Portland’s Bicycle Transportation Alliance in 2007. (PDF) (101KB)
This sample RFP was issued by the Bay Area Bicycle Coalition for a Strategic Plan Consultant Position. (DOC) (27KB)
These materials are promotional samples from the Bike to Work Day 2007 event planned by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. (PDF)
A sample media advisory from Portland’s Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA) for their program entitled “Walk + Bike “School Buses” to Start During Earth Week!” (DOC) (468KB)
This 2005 Tour de Cure document provides supply checklists for various stations of the ride such as volunteer check-in, starting line, and registration areas. (DOC)(105KB)
This sheet estimates food needs for rest stops along a century ride with 100, 60 & 30 mile options. (DOC)(22KB)
This document is the 2003 Ride Marshall Handbook from the Tour de Georgia which gives an overview of Ride Marshall responsibilities. (DOC)(307KB)
This list was available online for participants of the 2005 Charleston Cycle Fest. (PDF) (34KB)
These documents from Charleston Moves (CM) provides volunteer resources such as a volunteer application and a volunteer manual from Charleston Cycle Fest which goes over different volunteer job descriptions, supplies needed, and tips for volunteers. (PDF)
This chart lays out a sample volunteer committee structure from the American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure fundraising ride. (PDF) (20KB)
This document from Charleston Moves (CM) is a safety plan from the 2005 Charleston Cycle Fest. (PDF) (16KB)
This sheet from Charleston Moves (CM) was given to participants of the 2005 Charleston Cycle Fest reminding them to ride safe. (PDF) (70KB)
The following resources are sample waivers from a variety of fundraising rides.
The following letters are from Charleston Moves (CM) requesting the services and support of the Charleston Massage school and the Mayor for their event.
Letter - Mayor (CM) (PDF)
Sample confirmation letters sent to participants of Fundraising Rides. (PDF)
Statistics from National Highway Traffic Safety Administration from 2006.
Tips on getting local statistics from Barry Zalph of Bicycling for Louisville.
Getting Local Statistics. (DOC) (23KB)
Use this image on your website, newsletter, or wherever else you can proudly display the Alliance logo! (JPEG) (57.6KB)
Dr. Linda Crider is the Project Director for the Traffic and Bicycle Safety Education Program at the University of Florida’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning. She is also a song writer and musician. She has several albums and her compilation “Cycle Songs” CD includes ten songs about bicycling, walking, and the built environment. It is “dedicated to the memory two women who gave their lives and their all for the cause of promoting bicycling and walking: Susie Stephens, founding member of the Alliance, and Margaret Raynal, Bicycle Trainer for the Florida DOT and League of American Bicyclists.” If you’d like to obtain a copy, send Dr. Crider an email or track her down at a conference.
A listing of bicycle songs from Bicycle Universe. (URL)
Three Bicycle Carols, courtesy of Becka Roolf, Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition.
Bicycle Carol Lyrics (DOC)(21KB)
This documents lists the lyrics to this song by Randy Neufeld of Chicagoland Bicycle Federation and Alliance (Tune: Away, Away, with Rum by Gum).
“Way Funner Than Cars” Lyrics (DOC) (32KB)
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