Women and Bikes
“It’s like a pep rally for black girls on bikes! Blackgirlsdobike.com‘s interest is in growing and supporting a community of women of color who share a passion for cycling. We champion efforts to introduce the joy of cycling to all women, but especially, black women and girls. We are establishing a comfortable place where female cyclist can support, advise, organize meet-ups/rides and promote skill-sharing. We look to share positive images of ladies and their bikes that affirm the truth that black girls do indeed bike! We support bike advocacy, awareness, education and safety in all communities and corners of the world. Find us on Facebook, here.”
Find out more on Facebook.
The Wheelwomen Switchboard is a place for women who love bicycling to connect with each other, share resources and ideas, and help each other succeed.
Read what they’re saying about us, here!
City of Memphis
eBike Motor Simulator — for planning your ideal eAssist bicycle
Community Bike Shops from around the World!
bikabout: Wander by Bike! Inspiring you to see cities by bicycle and making it easy to do! This online guide offers self-guided bike rides, lodging and bike-rental directories and transportation guides.
Local Advocacy/Non-Profit Organizations
Greater Memphis Greenline website
Harahan Bridge Project website
Healthy Memphis Common Table website
Livable Memphis website
Mississippi River Corridor – TN website
Overton Park Conservancy website
Shelby Farms Park Conservancy website
Walk Bike Memphis website
Wolf River Conservancy website
TN Advocacy/Non-Profit Organizations
National Advocacy/Non-Profit Organizations
Alliance for Biking and Walking website
America Bikes website
America Walks website
Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals website
Bikes Belong Coalition website
International Mountain Bicycling Association website
League of American Bicyclists website
National Center for Bicycling and Walking website
National Complete Streets Coalition website
People For Bikes website
Rails to Trails Conservancy website