Everyday Bicycling Project

Everyday Bicycling doesn’t necessarily mean riding your bike every day. Everyday bicycling means using our bicycle to do those everyday trips that we all make, from going grocery shopping, getting to work, or even picking up the kids from school.  It’s about making the choice to leave your car behind when you can, in favor of getting outside, and saving gas. As part of the "Everyday Bicycling Project, Local Motion offers bike classes for all ages, to help motivate you to get out and ride.


All Everyday Bicycling Project services are now FREE for Vermont organizations thanks to VTrans and the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission. To schedule a workshop, learning ride, or coaching session, contact Mary Catherine Graziano.

National Bike Challenge

The National Bike Challenge is all about getting people on bike more often. Every time you ride at least one mile you earn 20 points, and you can team up with friends and coworkers to earn more points and win monthly prizes. Check out the National Bike Challenge Website to sign up and learn more!


Everyday Bicycling Publications & Resources

Need some tips and ideas on how to make bicycling part of everyday life?  Here are some resources to get you going.

Rules of the Road

Everyday Bicycling Ideas Forum

Do you use your bike a lot as part of everyday life?  Or would you like to, and have questions about where to start?  Share your ideas and questions here!


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