Saris Advocacy

At Saris, we don’t just imagine a more bike-able world – we’re all in, making it happen. That’s why we invest our time and resources into making the city streets, county roads and bike paths safer and more plentiful for all.

In addition to supporting grassroots advocacy organizations and events throughout the year, we’re proud to support the following organizations this year.

Boys and Girls Club

Enabling young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens,
we support Boys and Girls Club locally and nationally through community bridges built by bike.

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Local Advocacy Work

From #bratcakes on the bike path to mobilizing our fleet of eCargo bikes to delivering food to those in need, you can find us out in our community creating connections by bike.

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Saris Bike Parks for Kids

Created to build resiliency and self-confidence in our local youth through the joy of biking, Saris Bike Parks for Kids are all about growing bike love, and a sense of community, from a young age.

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World Bicycle Relief

Committed to helping people conquer the challenge of distance, achieve independence, and
thrive – World Bicycle Relief does it all through The Power of Bicycles.

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A pledge and partnership to increase ridership and put more people on bikes in Madison. Focused on creating bridges to each other and our community, 20by2020 was done in partnership with our hometown.

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Free Bikes 4 Kidz

Passionate about the wellbeing of children, Free Bikes 4 Kidz connects communities by sustainably providing bikes to kids-in-need, providing a pathway to health, happiness, and opportunity.

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National Interscholastic Cycling Association

The National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) is committed to building strong minds, bodies,
character, and communities through cycling - and that's a mission we're proud to get behind.

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We’re on a mission to set everyday cyclists free to explore without limits.
And we’re going by bike.
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