Each new Bike Austin membership improves clout with elected officials, police departments, government staff, the business community, and the Austin metro community at large. At the same time, your membership donation means more resources to bring more public funding to bicycling, to improve justice for cyclists, and to ensure that local destinations provide amenities such as bike parking and showers. This is why we ask you to join Bike Austin.
For only $35, you support work to bring more people to bicycling in the Austin metro. What else can $35 buy?
... or an annual Bike Austin membership that brings more people to bicycling. Invest in bicycling. Choose Bike Austin.
Join or renew by 6:30pm this evening, and you'll be eligible for all remaining prizes in our membership drive. And don't forget to spread the word: Ask at least one friend or co-worker to join Bike Austin so that we can grow even more.
Don't miss this fun end to the week!
When: Friday, June 15th, 5-8pm
Where: Bike Austin office, People Fund building, 2921 E. 17th St.
What: Share good times with fellow Bike Austin members and volunteers. Drink, eat, be merry, and enter to win raffle prizes!
More info: Visit our website for more details, including raffle prize info. (Facebook event)
I moved to Austin from New Orleans last August and have to admit that Austin is more bike friendly with an infrastructure that better supports cycling. I can hop on my bike and be anywhere within the city in minutes. As a consistent voter for years, I'm thrilled to add my vote, my bikes and my efforts to support cycling in Austin. I consider myself blessed to meet so many other cyclists that are passionate about bicycling and desire to make this city a safer place.
— Maeve Kent, Bike Austin member and volunteer
I'm glad to support Bike Austin because I know that they have a proven track record for getting things done that are important to Austin cyclists. Whether it is at Austin City Council or the Travis County Commissioners' Court, you can count on Bike Austin to win improvements for local bicycling.
— Gus Garcia, Bike Austin member and board member