Nonprofit community-based organizations, cities, or bike share operators should submit a proposal for grants ranging from $2,500–$10,000 before April 15.
In Raleigh, North Carolina, the advocacy organization Oaks and Spokes helped increase bike share representation amongst riders 55+ by nearly 200%.
Local artists adapted their larger-than-life art to suit SunCycle bikes, immersing riders in the area’s rich culture and history.
In Columbus, Ohio, CoGo bike share takes a multifaceted approach to community engagement.
Three unique programs are currently underway in Upstate New York, Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In Kansas, two rural bike share systems are completely free and fixing to broaden their impact.
Three BBSP mini-grant recipients are working to engage underserved populations in Ohio, Hawaii and North Carolina.
People for Mobility Justice has been awarded a BBSP mini-grant to support a long-term pilot project in California’s San Fernando Valley.
We've awarded grants to 12 projects that utilize a variety of methods, including community art, electric bikes and educational programming.
The Indiana Pacers bike share system used mini-grant funding to empower local youth and draw in more riders.