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Team Share the Road LogoTeam Share The Road is an advocacy group that promotes safe access to streets, roads, and highways. The organization was formed in 2011 and is largely responsible for the passing of the 3ft ordinance in Mobile and surrounding communities. They are currently working with the city on providing better bicycling related signage.


MOBlogoMobilans on Bikes is coalition of a wide variety of cyclists from around the region. They primarily promote the utilitarian use of cycling for all Mobilians. They do this by gathering together and pedaling around town. They believe bikes make our community and neighborhoods better places to live.


Delta Bike Project LogoDelta Bike Project is a non profit bicycle cooperative dedicated to promoting and improving access to bicycle transportation in Mobile, Alabama. They seek to minimize economic and educational barriers by providing a shared community space for people to have access to the tools and knowledge for do-it-yourself bicycle repair and low cost access to donated and recycled bicycles.


Current Petitions

Cooper-River-BridgePED/BIKE access on proposed I-10 Bridge – Adding pedestrian and bike infrastructure to the proposed I-10 bridge has many advantages to the community. Considering Alabama is ranked 49th in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, and Mobile is ranked 4th in the country in obesity, this community needs health and quality of life related opportunities. Find out more how including bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure can make a substantial difference in our quality of life. I-10 Bridge – Petition


Volunteer Opportunities

We are looking for volunteers to help coordinate efforts for a variety of projects including Downtown Bicycle Parking, Greenway Trails, Better Signage, etc. Contact us to find out more. Find Out More

Bicycling in Mobile is a an advocacy website devoted to every aspect of bicycling in Mobile, AL. We have lists of group rides, information about bike shops and a list of key issues for advocacy and infrastructure.