Welcome to Bicycle Action Committee

The Bicycle Action Committee is a 501(c)(3) organization that encourages businesses and city governments to demonstrate their support for bike safety and awareness.

Through the sale of the city-specific bike clothing, the Bicycle Action Committee raises money to be given back to the cities to spend on local bike projects and initiatives. 

Our Cities

Discover which cities we are active in and how you can get involved in making your community safer for cyclists.

Buy a shirt

We raise money buy selling high quality cycling wear that is sponsored by your community.

ABout Us

Hear our story we spread awareness towards bicycle safety in South Florida.

share the road

Improve the quality of cycling in your community by learning how to be safe and responsible on the road.

Frequently asked questions

BAC is composed of individuals, families, and business owners – all cycling advocates who push cities to be more bicycle friendly by promoting bicycle safety and awareness.

We work with cities to promote bicycle safety and awareness, as well as, to create more bicycle and pedestrian paths in the community.

There are multiple ways you can get involved from buying a shirt to starting a chapter in your own city. Click on the Get Involved tab above to learn more.

We sell bike gear and use the proceeds to enhance bicycle safety in participating cities.

What They're saying about us

Bicycle Action Committee was awarded with the Special Recognition prize from the Florida Bicycle Association at their 2016 Florida Bicycle Association Annual Awards for his charitable work and dedication to raising awareness about bicycle safety and awareness initiatives within communities.

In 2008, certified public accountant and avid bicyclist Richard Cahlin founded the not-for-profit Bicycle Action Committee (BAC), which so far has partnered with 14 South Florida cities to promote bike safety and awareness in a unique way: The BAC raises money by selling bicycle apparel featuring participating cities' seals and colors, and the proceeds go back to the cities to help fund their bicycle safety initiatives and projects.
An ever-increasing number of people choose to ride bicycles in our South Florida communities as both a form of exercise and a means of commuting. Unfortunately headlines in South Florida center on injuries and deaths from bicycle accidents — accidents that are preventable through bike-safety education and awareness, as well as through the construction of bike lanes.
A local nonprofit organization is promoting bicycle safety with style.Bicycle Action Committee partners with cities, bike organizations and businesses to raise bicycle safety awareness through city-specific bike clothing. The money raised by the organization is donated to participating cities to spend on local bike projects and initiatives.

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Sun Sentinel

The BAC is proudly sponsored by EisnerAmper Accountants & Advisors.