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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


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Trail of Honor - Ozark Greenways Dedicates Special Trail to Celebrate Our Veterans Oct 12th 09-29-2017
Springfield's Ozark Greenways has announced the grand opening of a unique new trail section fo the James River Greenway October 12th: A unique new trail section of the James River Greenway will open October 12th, 2017Join us on October 12, 2017, from 2-3 pm for a patriotic […]
ALERT: MoDOT needs YOUR input as it sets 25-year transportation priorities 09-28-2017
When MoBikeFed first approached MoDOT about including bicycling, walking, and trails in the statewide transportation plan in the early 1990s, MoDOT literally had no plans or guidelines for including bicycling or walking on its roads. MoDOT's Long Range Plan creates […]
Advocacy Alert: Contact your member of Congress about a bad amendment for biking and walking 09-28-2017
The League of American Bicyclists is asking people who support walking, bicycling, and local control of transportation funding dollars to contact their members of Congress this fall to show support for bicycling and walking. Reaching out to your member of Congress REALLY […]
Jefferson City, Rolla, Washington U. applying for Bicycle Friendly status - your survey responses requested 09-22-2017
Jefferson City and Rolla have recently applied for Bicycle Friendly Community status, while Washington University in St. Louis has applied for Bicycle Friendly University status.Just the fact that these communities are applying for BFC status is a positive move for Missouri--we […]
Adventure Cycling Association writes in support of Missouri's Rock Island Trail 08-22-2017
Last week the Adventure Cycling Association--one of the world's largest cycling membership organizations--joined a cavalcade of groups from across Missouri and the nation who have written to Missouri State Parks in support of the Rock Island Trail.Have you completed […]
The Rock Island Trail is vital to the economic health of its communities: Rock Island Rally results 08-21-2017
Missouri Chamber of Commerce writes about economic impact of Rock Island Trail 08-19-2017
In a remarkable editorial by Dan Mehan, President and CEO of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, published in Missouri Business Magazine this month, the Missouri Chamber gives a strong endorsement of the importance of outdoor recreation to Missouri's economy--emphasizing […]
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy: Rallying for Missouri's Rock Island Trail 08-16-2017
Missouri Trail Towns 08-16-2017
Missouri is a leading trails state, with numerous statewide, regional, and local trails and trail systems.But many times, cities and towns along our trails do not reap the full potential economic benefits of their trails, because they have not yet fully developed into "trail […]
As Missouri Rethinks the Rock Island Trail, A Small Town Frets Over Losing An Economic Lifeline 07-27-2017
KCUR has coverage of Governor Greitens' work to decide whether or not to accept the next 144 miles of the Rock Island Trail State Park. Work to accept the trail has been going on over the past several years and the first 47 miles of the trail, from Pleasant Hill to […]


Last Update: December 4th, 2013