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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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ALERT: Key Mississippi Greenway Trail Connection in St. Louis County needs your support today 02-10-2017
UPDATE 16 February 2017: Success!  Great Rivers Greenway and County Councilman Ernie Trakas continued discussions on this issue--spurred on by the many messages and phone calls St Louis County officials received on this issue.End result: The Cliff Cave Park Trail […]
Kansas City's Riverfront Heritage Trail marks major milestone - connecting KCMO, KCK, and historic Kaw Point 02-09-2017
Kansas City's Riverfront Heritage Trail recently reached a major milestone and completed the vision for that trail that was set out in the late 1990s. Kansas City's Riverfront Heritage Trail - West BottomsThe trail, which has been under development for two decades […]
ALERT: St Louis County Councilman threatening to kill key trail connection - Your voice could help 02-03-2017
UPDATE 16 February 2017: Success!  Great Rivers Greenway and County Councilman Ernie Trakas continued discussions on this issue--spurred on by the many messages and phone calls St Louis County officials received on this issue.End result: The Cliff Cave Park Trail […]
2017 Legislative Session: Summary of bills proposing solutions to Missouri transportation funding shortfall 01-19-2017
Because all state funding for Missouri's transportation program is tied to the state fuel tax--last raised in the early 1990s--Missouri has been struggling to find some solutions to its current transportation funding pinch. Capitol Day in Jefferson City is April 10th […]
2017 Legislative Session: Summary of bills affecting bicycling, walking, and trails 01-19-2017
We are just in the third week of Missouri's 2017 Capitol Day in Jefferson City is April 10th - please join us! legislative session, and already we have seen a number of bills introduced that are important to people in Missouri who walk, bicycle, and use trails.Another […]
Major national win for bicycling and walking in new federal Performance Measures 01-16-2017
The Missouri Bicycle & Pedestrian Federation has been part of a national coalition of groups that have been working to ensure that walking and bicycling were included in proposed Performance Measures for our national transportation system. New Performance Measures […]
"Scathing" KCMO Auditor report recommends major upgrades & changes to city's bicycle plan 01-13-2017
A major new development in the ongoing effort to make Kansas City a bicycle friendly community: The KCMO City Auditor's Office has released an audit of the current Bike KC plan that the Kansas City Star called "scathing". KCMO has released a major audit of […]
Rock Island Trail Update: Connections for Springfield, St Louis? And more from MoRIT . . . 01-11-2017
Greg Harris, Executive Director of the Missouri Rock Island Trail, Inc. (MoRIT) just sent the latest version of the Rock Island Trail Update.Rock Island Trail UpdateJanuary 11, 2017Hundreds attended the dedication of the first 47 miles of the Rock Island Trail on December […]
Governor Nixon and Ameren announce that 144-mile Rock Island Trail is on track for 2017 transfer to State Parks 12-21-2016
Today officials from Ameren joined with Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and State Parks Director Bill Bryan to announce that the work to salvage track and equipment from the 144-mile Rock Island railroad line and transfer the corridor to Missouri State Parks in 2017 for use […]
Missouri's "internationally significant" Rock Island Trail is now open! Photos and a new major article by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy about trail's history--and future 12-12-2016


Last Update: December 4th, 2013