The League of American Bicyclists recently named Stevens Point as a Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Community, marking the city’s first appearance on the list.

This means some great things for biking in the community. Not only was Stevens Point recognized as a bicycle-friendly community, but this also makes the city a member of the League’s Bicycle Friendly America program, which strives to continuously improve and create better bike-friendly possibilities for their members.

The Bicycle Friendly America program seeks to meet the following goals, among others:

  • Sets standards for what constitutes a real bicycling culture and environment
  • Inspires action, involvement and coordination among people that want to improve conditions for bicyclists
  • Rewards persistence as people respond to feedback, make changes and come back again and again to get recognition
  • Raises expectations as to what really is expected and involved in making a great place for bicycling

Learn more about this award and what it means to be on the list of Bicycle Friendly Communities.

Photo credit: Jim Bucholz


Photo credit: Jim Buchholz