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Missouri Bicycle and Pedestrian Federation

The Missouri Bicycle Federation is a statewide, not-for-profit, membership organization that advocates advancement of bicycling access, safety and education in Missouri. The mission of the Missouri Bicycle Federation is to provide an advocacy platform to protect the rights and interests of bicyclists and to make Missouri a better place to ride a bicycle through the advancement of bicycle access, safety and education.

The Missouri Bicycle Federation publishes an online blog and a newsletter featuring bicycle-related news stories from around the region. Their web site also includes a directory of Missouri bicycle shops and clubs, a ride calendar, and information about Missouri routes and trails.

The Missouri Bicycle Federation also sponsors the annual BikeMO ride that takes place each October and which serves as a fundraiser for the group.

Web Site: mobikefed.org


Headlines From Missouri Bicycle and Pedestrian FederationFeed

Belle receives letter asking for return of grant to build a section of the Rock Island Trail creating concern among trail supporters 07-24-2018
Coalition supporting Proposition D, ballot initiative for Missouri transportation funding, names leadership and opens web site 07-19-2018
Advocates for Highway Safety release detailed analysis, recommendations for driverless vehicle safety 07-09-2018
Driverless vehicles have the potential to greatly reduce injuries and fatalities on our roads.  But are current driverless systems safe? What will it take to make them safe?  Are they as safe for non-motorized users as they are for automobile traffic?  […]
Automotive News Editor-in-Chief: Federal Government must act to curb self-driving tests on public roads 07-05-2018
Keith Crain, Editor-in-Chief of Automotive New, has weighed in on an issue that is gaining increasing support across all sectors of the automotive and transportation industry: Our public roads and streets should not be available for unlimited testing of new and unproven […]
Ribbon Cutting Officially Opens Bicycle Route 66 Across Missouri and Kansas; Ribbon cutting photos 06-27-2018
MO & KS Become First Two States to Open USBR 66On June 17th, as part of the opening ceremonies for the 2018 edition of Big BAM Ride (Bicycle Across Missouri), a ribbon cutting was conducted marking the Missouri and Kansas sections of U.S. Bike Route 66 receiving […]
BigBAM & OK Freewheel join for U.S. Bicycle Route 66 Ribbon Cutting set for Sunday June 17th in Joplin 06-14-2018
Bicycle Route 66 officially part of U.S. Bicycle Route System - first states officially adopting USBR 66 - celebrations this weekend in Springfield, Joplin 06-13-2018
Governor Greitens signs bills adding Franklin County to regional transit organization, creating Route 66 Centennial Commission 06-01-2018
News outlets are reporting that, before resigning office later today, Governor Greitens has signed 77 bills passed by the Missouri General Assembly this legislative session.  Full list of bills signed at KY3. Our annual Capitol Day and Legislator's […]
Missouri House & Senate put 10-cent fuel tax increase on the ballot - How will this affect people who walk, bicycle, use public transit? 05-18-2018
By a vote of 88/60 the Missouri House has passed HB 1460, putting a 10 cent fuel tax increase on the ballot for a vote of the people. State transportation funding--including a fair share for people who walk & bicycle--has been a priority of our legislative work […]
Last day of 2018 Missouri Legislative Session: No bad bills, progress on Rock Island Trail, distracted driving, transportation funding - important issues decided today! 05-18-2018
The 2018 Missouri legislative session ends Friday at 6:00pm. Our annual Capitol Day and Legislator's Ride makes a big difference in developing a positive relationship with elected officials in Jefferson CityWhat is happening on issues we have been working on this year? […]


Last Update: December 4th, 2013