Resources & Links

Printed copies of the materials listed below are available upon  request.  Please email

      • Some thoughts from Florida on the pros and cons of different bicycle infrastructure.  A good resource if your are unsure of what type of facility would have the best fit for your project.


    • Cornell Bicycle and Pedestrian Website — This is an excellent resource that  should help in anyone’s search for the elements of a bicycle and pedestrian friendly community and answers to questions about bicycle and pedestrian transportation concerns.
    • League of American Bicyclists — The League of American Bicyclists is a great resource for advocacy and education information for a bicycle-friendly America
    • New York Bicycling Coalition (NYBC) — NYBC is the statewide bicycle advocacy organization whos mission is to provide a coherent, credible voice for the interests of all bicyclists in the state, on- or off-road, recreational or racer.
    • Parks and Trails New York (PTNY) — PTNY’s mission is to expand, protect and promote a network of parks, trails, and open spaces throughout our state for use and enjoyment by all.
    • Sprocket man is a super hero who explains how kids and adults can become safer cyclists.  This 28-page comic book is a great resource and can be downloaded, printed and distributed.  It was developed by the US Consumer Produce Safety Commission.