#RememberPedestrians

No one should die crossing the street. While pedestrian deaths in Milwaukee have decreased from 17 at this time last year to 11, Milwaukee is still overrepresented in pedestrian deaths, with 10% of the state population but 44% of the pedestrian fatalities, almost identical to the 45% of the total in 2017. These preventable tragedies [...]



Bike Week Is a Rad Week Milwaukee

The great community of people who bike have put together another fine Bike Week in Milwaukee and across the state. Check out some Milwaukee highlights below but for the FULL LINEUP, check out the website or facebook! Thanks to the many partners that make Bike Week a great celebration of biking! Saturday, June 2 BIKE FED [...]


Danger at the Crossing

GUEST POST by cycling advocate and Bike Fed Board member Elisa Sibinski, who received her Masters of Public Health from UWM in 2017 and took first place in the 2016 Riverwest 24, Female Solo category.  Thank you for your advocacy on this topic, Elisa. Do railroad crossings pose a risk to cyclists? This was the [...]


Welcome to Walktober

Walking in Wisconsin should be a safe – not spooky – activity enjoyed by everyone from children on their way to school to senior citizens staying healthy through exercise.  However, so far in 2017 there have been 44 people killed while crossing the street, while in all of last year there were 47. To help [...]