Greensboro is a Bicycle Friendly Community

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The League of American Bicyclists has recognized the City of Greensboro for its efforts to make bicycling better for all residents. Greensboro has been awarded the designation of a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community three times: in 2009, 2013, and most recently in 2017. The award designation lasts for four years and must be renewed through a reapplication process. Greensboro is one out of only twelve communities in North Carolina to receive this award.
Bike Friendly Community Award Logo

The Bicycle Friendly Community program "provides a roadmap to improving conditions for bicycling guidance to help make... a better, bikeable community a reality." The designation is awarded to those communities that have made outstanding efforts to make bicycling easier, safer, and an ideal mode of choice for residents and visitors alike. Greensboro's bicycle infrastructure, education programs, planning efforts, and strong bicycle culture have all contributed to earning this award.

Read the BiPed Plan to see Greensboro's strategy for improving conditions for bicycling and walking in the region. GSO Shares the Road provides bicycle safety information for residents and visitors.

More information about the Bicycle Friendly Community program can be found at the League of American Bicyclists website.