The honor was awarded through the Bicycle Friendly America program of the League of American Bicyclists, considered the primary advocacy organization for cycling.
“It’s exciting to have recognition for the effort we put into promoting cycling and incentivizing people to adopt the bicycle as a form of transportation,” says Jamie Smith, director of Bike Emory.
Award-winning incentives cited for Emory included:
• Discounts for students, faculty and staff on new bicycles and accessories;
• Pre-ordering discounts on new bikes including a free helmet, lock, delivery and 90 days of free maintenance;
• Twice-weekly, on-campus mobile repair center; and
• Parking pass and Guaranteed Ride Home program eligibility.
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