The League of Michigan Bicyclists
A nonprofit membership organization which promotes bicycling for recreation and transportation in Michigan. The League of Michigan Bicyclists publishes an annual poster calendar of cycling events statewide, distributes general cycling information and educates children and adults on safe cycling. The League of Michigan Bicyclists works with the Michigan Department of Transportation and other state and local agencies to improve conditions for bicycling in Michigan. Offers a free brochure listing membership benefits and services.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Promotes the development of trail systems throughout the state. They will work with local agencies in trail development, planning and design, and administer a number of funding programs.
Michigan Department of Transportation
Provides information and planning assistance for nonmotorized transportation facilities. Facilities for nonmotorized transportation may be established in conjunction with existing highways or may be established when a highway is being constructed or reconstructed.
Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Promotes responsible mountain biking and works towards the goals of common land access and natural resource protection through interaction with policy makers, the cycling industry, race promoters, mountain bikers and other trail users.
Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance
Assists in the conversion of abandoned railroad rights of way and linear corridors connecting to recreational trails through public education, advocacy, and technical assistance to grass roots organizations and local agencies.
Traverse Area Recreation and Transportation Trails, Inc.
TART Trails is dedicated to enriching the communities and countryside of Grand Traverse and Leelanau counties by creating and maintaining a network of non-motorized, public-use trails. TART publishes a newsletter with upcoming bicycling events.
Top of Michigan Trails Council
Facilitating the establishment of a network of multiple-use recreational trails in Alpena, Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, Otsego, and Presque Isle. These trails will offer safe recreation and alternative transportation routes for all residents and visitors to the area.