BikeWalk NC envisions a state where anyone can choose to bicycle, roll, run, and walk as practical, healthy, safe and active transportation.
Our Mission is to lead, support, and inspire advocacy and educational efforts throughout North Carolina for an environment that fairly, safely, and equitably serves bicyclists, pedestrians, and others using active mobility and human-powered transportation.
We work with individuals, elected officials, government agencies and nonprofit sectors to increase access to and safety of active transportation options.
Your financial support is crucial towards making our mission a success.
Recent News and Happenings
D9 Brewing Names BikeWalk NC as their March Round Up Beneficiary
D9 Brewing has generously made BikeWalk NC the beneficiary of their March Round Up, meaning a portion of proceeds from all beers sold at the Lake Norman location in the month of March will be donated directly to BikeWalk NC. BikeWalk…
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REMINDER: Repeal the Bicycle Pedestrian Funding Limitation Copy
It is important that the BikeWalk NC community let Governor Roy Cooper know that the Bicycle and Pedestrian Funding Limitation has to end. Under this 2013 law no state funds can be used for stand alone Bicycle-Pedestrian infrastructure projects. By…
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N.C. Clean Transportation Plan Virtual Public Information Session
Over the last year, NCDOT collected ideas from experts, industry representatives, and community advocates on ways to accelerate the decarbonization of North Carolina’s transportation sector. This work has been summarized in the state’s first Clean Transportation Plan (NCCTP). In this…
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BikeWalk NC is the statewide advocacy organization for bicyclists and pedestrians. We work through education, advocacy and promotion to make it safer and more accessible to walk and bike for transportation, recreation, and health. Walkable, bicycle-friendly communities are more equitable and economically vibrant.
Our stakeholders help identify issues and provide input to solutions as we work with elected officials, government agencies and other nonprofit organizations to increase access to and safety of our sidewalks, cross walks, greenways, trails, bike lanes, bike accommodations, and other active transportation infrastructure. We are a member-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.