Resources and Links

Nat Rec Trail  The NATIONAL RECREATION TRAILS (NRT) program works to preserve and celebrate our nation’s pathways.

rtc_logo_main_rgb  Rails-to-Trails Conservancy transforms unused rail corridors into vibrant public places, ensuring a better future for America made possible by trails and the connections they inspire.

alabikeAlaBike   AlaBike promotes cycling access, education and safety and advocates for safer road environments for all users.

Alabama Trails Commission connects to the variety of recreational trails across “Alabama the Beautiful.”

Bicycle Safety Information, Statistics and Articles:

Local and Regional Bicycle Groups:

Fairhope Cycling Project to promote the education and safety for bicycles and pedestrians in the state of Alabama.

Mobilians on Bikes – promotes the utilitarian use of cycling for all Mobilians. How do we do this? By gathering together, putting our butts on bikes, and pedaling around town. We are neighbors and friends that believe bikes make our community and neighborhoods better places to live.

BicycleMobile – an advocacy website devoted to every aspect of bicycling in Mobile, AL. We have lists of group rides, information about bike shops and a list of key issues for advocacy and infrastructure.

Delta Bike Project – a non-profit bicycle community dedicated to promoting and improving access to bicycle transportation in Mobile, Alabama. We seek to minimize economic and educational barriers by providing a shared community space for people to have access to the tools and knowledge for do-it-yourself bicycle repair and low cost access to donated and recycled bicycles.

Team Share the Road, Mobile, AL – The mission of Team Share the Road is to promote safe access to streets, roads and highways.

Why Bike? It Makes Us Happy, Researchers Say

Gulf Coast Media article on Trailblazers 2018



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