Bike Friendly Program

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Lincoln Bicycle Friendly City

Lincoln became a Silver level Bicycle Friendly Community in 2019, a designation that remains in place for four years. Since then, our bicycle friendly businesses have grown from one to eleven, our bicycle network has expanded with new protected facilities, and we are striving to implement proven safety measures to reduce injuries and fatalities with the launch of Safe Streets Lincoln. With all these action items, we are working towards moving up to a Platinum level Bicycle Friendly Community during our next renewal period.

Lincoln Bicycle Friendly Businesses

The League of American Bicyclists has been operating the Bicycle Friendly Business program since 2008 and as of May 2023 Lincoln has 11 bicycle friendly businesses spanning from Bronze to Platinum. Deserving businesses are recognized at the Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum levels and all applicants receive valuable feedback and assistance in becoming more welcoming to bicycling. There are typically three submission deadlines for the program each year and existing businesses renew every four years. To read more about Lincoln's bicycle friendly businesses and why they chose to apply click on the flyer's below. For more information on the program and benefits of applying check out our Bike Friendly Business Flyer(PDF, 4MB).

 Platinum

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 Silver

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The Bike Rack Lincoln

 

 Bronze

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Hub Cafe

 

Downtown Lincoln Association

 

University of NE Federal Credit Union

 

Moose's Tooth Outdoor Co

 

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