New Belgium Bicycle Advocacy Grant Program Application

New Belgium Bicycle Advocacy Grant Program Application: New Belgium Brewing has officially opened the 2024 Bicycle Advocacy Grant Program application to support nonprofit organizations in the United States, including Puerto Rico. 

The Bicycle Advocacy Grant Program is designed to help 501(c)3 nonprofits that promote “bicycle equity and access, safety education, and transportation justice.”

The Grants ranging from $500 to $5,000 are being awarded under the Bicycle Advocacy Program in New Belgium and they have relatively simple criteria. Let us see the eligibility criteria here.

Eligiblity Criteria for Bicycle Advocacy Grant Program

  • Projects that break down barriers and promote support for riders.
  • Projects that focus on increasing daily ridership.
  • Projects that promote bicycle access in communities that face historical and systemic inequities.
  • We prioritize grants for grassroots organizations that are rooted in the communities they serve.
  • We prioritize grants for organizations in which senior staff and/or board leadership positions are held by individuals from the communities the organization serves.
  • We do not prioritize funding for adaptive mobility devices. This is not a reflection of the value of adaptive cycling organizations and programs. This just shows that our grant amount is limited.

Organizations from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico are eligible for funding. company does not provide grants for international programs at this time.

How to Apply?

Individuals can apply for Bicycle Advocacy Grant Program Application through the official website of New Belgium Brewing. fill out the application form with the required details and submit it.

The application goes live on 3/1/24 at 12:01 am MST and will close on 3/31/24 at 11:59 pm MST.

Customers can contact [email protected] for any assistance regarding this grant.

It’s a great program to see a big company want to give back to the world of cycling like this, and we’re excited to see what kind of projects come out of this grant program in 2024.

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