Local Advocacy Work

We’re Going By Bike

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.

Local Advocacy Work

#bratcakes: A Bike Week Tradition

The bratcake is a Wisconsin twist on pigs in a blanket that’s served for breakfast during Bike Week to encourage Madisonians to try at least one trip by bike.
Local Advocacy Work

Mobilizing eCargo Bikes for Good

Activating our fleet of eCargo bikes and low-risk employee volunteers to transport large food donations to food pantries to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local Advocacy Work

Local Bicycling Advocacy x Saris

Around here, we refer to our advocacy efforts as our “work away from work”. The more time we spend riding bikes, the more convinced we become that bicycles are a means to cultivating healthier, more vibrant communities. That’s why we commit substantial resources toward advocacy, working closely with others to create safe spaces for people to ride locally, regionally and nationally.

The 2019 Madison Bike Advocacy Summer Guide

The 2018 Madison Bike Advocacy Summer Guide

Project Hero: Saris Gives Back to Those Who Gave Their All

Bike Your Brat to Work Day: The Madison Tradition Continues

Brat Fest Memorial Ride: Miles for a Cause

Saris Joins Bike to Work Month Celebrations

The 5th Honor Ride Madison, By the Numbers

What’s the Women’s Bike Mechanic Scholarship All About?