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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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Announcing the 2017 Missouri Active Transportation Summit August 11th in Jefferson City - Speakers wanted! 05-26-2017
Bicycling, walking, and trails mean business in MissouriFriday, August 11th, 2017, 9:30am-4:30pmJefferson City Presented byThe Association of Bicycle & Pedestrian Professionals, Missouri ChapterMissouri Bicycle & Pedestrian FederationCity of Jefferson The […]
No-texting-while-driving bill passes Missouri House - best progress of texting-while-driving bill in 8 years 05-12-2017
HB 293, the "Fair Fare Passenger Safety Act" sponsored by Rep. Galen Higdon (R-Buchanan/Platte Counties) recently passed the House by a vote of 103-46. Missouri is one of just four states that still allows texting while drivingHB 293 has made no progress in the […]
Present a session - 2017 Missouri Active Transportation Summit 05-12-2017
The 2017 Missouri Active Transportation Summit is Friday, August 11th, 2017 in Jefferson City. Would you like to tell the story of your bicycle, pedestrian, or trails program, project, or success? Or present on any topic related to bicycling, walking, or trails […]
HCR 47, Resolution creating Missouri Transportation Funding Task Force, passes unanimously in Missouri Senate; MoBikeFed & allies working to ensure bicycling & walking included in solutions 05-10-2017
Today House Continuing Resolution 47, sponsored by Rep. Kevin Corlew of Kansas City, passed the Missouri Senate by a vote of 33-0. Your calls and email messages to our legislators in Jefferson City, and Capitol Day visits, make a huge differenceHCR 47 creates a statewide […]
2017 Legislative Session: With one week to go, what is the status of key bills affecting bicycling, walking, and trails? 05-05-2017
Transportation for Everyone: Why a rural Missouri County wants better, safer walking and bicycling--and Complete Streets 04-27-2017
MacDonald County, in the far southwestern corner of Missouri, has been a leader in bringing better, safer walking, bicycling, and Complete Streets to rural Missouri. Missouri Livable StreetsWhy is the County so interested in doing this? Missouri Livable Streets sat down […]
Caruthersville, MO passes Missouri's 32nd Complete Streets policy 04-26-2017
HB 698, preventing creation of any new State Parks, passes MO House - but with Amendment allowing Rock Island Trail State Park 04-11-2017
HB 698, sponsored by Rep. Pietzman of Troy, has just passed the Missouri House by a voice vote. The bill prevents Missouri State Parks from purchasing any new land until all current deferred maintenance is up to date. The Rock Island combined with the Katy Trail will make […]
Capitol Day 2017: Citizens visit the Capitol with messages about trails, safe roads, importance of bicycle, pedestrian, and trails funding in Missouri 04-11-2017
Capitol Day 2017: Rock Island Trail, Transportation Funding, Loose Dogs, Distracted Driving - our top legislative priorities for April 10th 04-07-2017


Last Update: December 4th, 2013