Welcome to BikeAAA

Welcome to Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (BikeAAA)!

We are an all-volunteer 501c3 non-profit focused on creating a healthier, more livable Annapolis and Anne Arundel County by promoting safe bicycling for transportation, recreation and fitness.  We represent more than 700 members and advocate for better bicycling conditions and transportation choices; and educate children, adults, and motorists about safe bicycling. For an update of recent accomplishments and activities, please read our bikeaaa-2016-annual-report

Click for an update on 2017 Maryland bike safety legislation.

The 2016 Lifeline100 was a rousing success with a record-breaking over 700 registrants and $21,000 raised fo local non-profits!    Click for 2016 Lifeline100 Photos!     REGISTER NOW AT THE EARLYBIRD RATE for the 15, 30, 65 or 100 mile rides!

2016 was a strong  year for BikeAAA as we continued to promote safety, bike events and more safe places to ride.      Here are some recent highlights:

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WB&A Trail Extension Now Open!

School Board Recognizes Bike Safety Program 

At front center are Christiana Walsh, AACPS Coordinator of Health, Physical Education and Dance, Steve Miller, BikeAAA Board Member and Safety Program Lead, Jon Korin, BikeAAA President and Brian Kopp, Bike Maryland Education Director

Partners BikeAAA and Bike Maryland received recognition by the Anne Arundel County School Board for the partnership that is providing bicycle safety instruction and a bike rodeo skills course to more than 5,000 children grades 3-5 in 26 elementary schools in its first year.    The program is grant-funded and is provided at no cost to the school system.   Schools are now being scheduled for next year.    Special thanks to BikeAAA’s Steve Miller and BikeMD’s Brian Kopp who launched the program that is now being used as a model for other counties across Maryland!    Great press coverage and video in the Capital Gazette

Lifeline100 Wins “Maryland My Maryland” Special Event of the Year from MRPA

The Anne Arundel County Lifeline100 Community Bicycle Event  received this award at the Maryland Recreation & Parks Association annual conference.   Lifeline100 is hosted by Anne Arundel Recreation & Parks, Anne Arundel Police and BikeAAA.   Last year’s event drew 670 cyclists and raised $21,000 for county non-profits.    Earlybird registration is now open!   Sign up to ride, sponsor or volunteer now atwww.lifeline100.com  .

COUNTY BIKE COMMISSION LAUNCHED!      On August 12, 2015, County Executive Steve Schuh announced the formation of the Anne Arundel County Bicycle Advisory Commission. This is a veryAACBACGroupsigning significant step towards a safe interconnected bike route network and BikeAAA president, Jon Korin, will chair the commission. More than 50 cyclists, government and community officials attended the signing on the B&A Trail.  F0r more details, video and photos, click here or Bike Commission.

Save the date for the October 1, 2017 Lifeline100

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2015 Lifeline100 Riders See the Chesapeake Bay Bridge

 Thelifeline100  4th annual Lifeline 100 Anne Arundel County Century Ride features rides 100 and 65 mile road/paved trail routes and  30 and 15 mile paved trail rides and a Children’s Bike Rodeo on Oct. 1, 2017 at Kinder Farm Park in Millersville. In 2016, there were over 700 registrants, more than 25 sponsors, 100 volunteers and the event raised $21,000 for county non-profits!   More details here .   The 2017 Lifeline100 will be Oct 1.

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NEW!   Help locate bike racks countywide!

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Bike Safety Programs: Over 1,000 children in bike safety rodeos and 750 free helmets distributed.      Learn more about this and other safety programs here!

Support Anne Arundel County bicycling by joining BikeAAA now!    Just click: JOIN/SUPPORT

If you would like to get involved or track our progress, please continue to check back, check out our Facebook Group or click  our Contact Us  form to request more information.