MoBikeFed's "Key Supporters" Fund Raising Drive

I support bicycle advocacy in Missouri because cycling as transportation represents a solution to the many of the health issues that confront Missouri residents, the transportation issues that affect our cities, and the environmental issues that threaten our planet.
Mike Weiss, St. Louis


Donation to MoBikeFed (not tax deductible):$
Donation to the Foundation (tax deductible):$




Please note that, because of federal tax law and our own policies, donations to the Foundation are never used to fund legislative advocacy efforts. If you wish to specifically support our legislative advocacy efforts, please direct your donation to MoBikeFed above.

We have the opportunity to move the Missouri Bicycle Federation into the "big leagues" by helping us reach our first $100,000 annual budget--the amount needed to continue as a powerful, sustainable force for better bicycling and walking in Missouri.

This is the unofficial (and private) start of our annual year-end fund raising drive.

100% of MoBikeFed's board has already committed to contributing as part of this "Key Supporters" drive.

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For me supporting MBF is a natural. Every I ride, whether it's on the city streets of West Plains or one of the State "lettered" routes I think of who is looking out for my safety. No other organization acts on behalf of bicyclists in the state like MBF. Whether it's advocacy in the form of legislation or awareness campaigns, no other organization represents my concerns to the groups that need to hear them!
Jeff Huff, West Plains


I support the MBF because I know that MBF is doing for bicycling in Missouri what I can not do personally. We may read all of the bicycling literature, tinker on our bicycles all night long, and ride to our heart's content...but none of that makes Missouri a better place to ride a bicycle.
Morgan Bearden, Rolla


As an avid runner, active in the Kansas City running community, I believe it is crucial to lend support to the Missouri Bicycle Federation. The issues this group tackles benefit bicyclists, runners, and walkers alike. Since I have learned more about the work this group does, I have also learned that there are very few people and organizations looking out for those that enjoy non-motorized transportation. In my opinion, it is imperative that the Missouri Bicycle Federation continue to represent us, and I am excited about the positive changes we will enjoy for years to come that will be a direct result of this group's leadership.
Dave Schieffer, Kansas City