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To promote safe bicycling for fun, fitness and transportation statewide through advocacy and education

What Is BikeOklahoma?

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New legislation,
legislator relation
Bike Summit,
Training classes,
Bike Club for youth

Social Media,
U.S. Bike Route,
Rails to Trails,
State Bike Map,
T-Shirt Rides,
Open Streets
Coordination with members,
 Bike Clubs,
 Bike Shops,
 Bike Friendly B/U/C 

: Board member recruitment, Board member training, Executive Director feasibility study.
Click HERE for details on all committees

PLEASE TAKE ACTION NOW. Send a message to Senator Langford and Representative Hern to support the Ebike Act and get it moving out of each committee, respectively. 

EBIKE ACT (S881, H1685)  There’s a very important bill before the Senate and the House, The Ebike Act (S881, H1685), that could provide you or someone you know a federal tax credit for up to $1,500 for purchasing an Ebike or Etrike.   Currently it is in the Senate’s Finance Committee in which Senator Langford is a member. And, in the House Ways and Means Committee in which Rep. Hern from Tulsa is a member. 

We feel strongly that this could be a game changer for everyone needing a little boost for purchasing an electronic bike.  The time for going electric for some is now as more and more families, seniors, and less fit are looking to increase their exercise and save dollars on vehicle costs and gasoline. It can greatly aid someone needing transportation to get to work, run errands, or exercise more at an affordable price. Don't forget that Oklahoma remains in the top ten states for obesity.

Senator Langford's Washington phone number is 202-224-5754. Representative Hern can be reached at 202-225-2211 or locally at 918-935-3222. Of course you can email Langford at But, unless you live in Representative Hern's district, you may call him only. Just do it! Five minutes for a phone call or email message.

Not quite sure what to say. REI has provided some sample wording which is provided. We suggest you customize it to include your own personal story or thoughts and consider Langford and Hern's ideals. “As a constituent and outdoor enthusiast, I urge you to support the Electric Bicycle Incentive Kickstart for the Environment (E-BIKE) Act (H.R. 1685/S. 881).

The E-BIKE Act would offer a 30 percent refundable tax credit on the purchase of a new electric bicycle, providing up to a $1,500 credit on an electric bicycle whose value does not exceed $8,000. The bill also mandates a report from the IRS after two years to evaluate use of the credit by income tax bracket.

Electric bicycles displace vehicular emissions, reduce congestion, keep people moving efficiently, and help people maintain active lifestyles. They also offer a competitive transportation alternative and provide additional access to work, errands, and recreation. “


The Oklahoma Active Transportation Plan (ATP) will focus on:

  • Safety and Comfort
  • Equity
  • Connectivity
  • Public Health
  • Environmental Improvements
Click HERE for details

U.S. Bike Route 66

For over 10 years BikeOklahoma has been pushing for the approval of the U.S. Bike Route on Route 66.

In July 2022 the application was approved!

for details - click HERE


Bike Summit
Click here for info on
getting your
"Share the Road"
car tag.

Bikes on Trains 
Rails to Trails

2019 State Report Card 

2019 City

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