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Changing the face of bicycling in your community requires time and effort.

Bicycle advocates all around the country at the local, state, regional and national levels know the first course of action to make your area bicycle friendly is to organize. The following resources include how to organize and grow your bicycle advocacy organization, how to acquire resources, working with the media and community leaders and choosing issues.








basics of bicycle advocacy
This is a simple breakdown of the advocacy process and how to get started.

group organizing
How does one begin to assemble and manage a group of like-minded individuals? Find out here.

choosing issues
Choose your issues carefully...here's how.

acquiring resources
Setup a framework that allows your group the best possible chance to garner resources.

marshaling resources
These are the seeds that will help your group identify possible sources of information, support and funding.

working with the media
Learn the basics to help your group become more media savvy and as a result, more effective.

working with the community leaders
Tips on how to create a productive working relationship with those in the community.


 




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