RAR seeks to expand and sustain its programming by enhancing, building, and supporting Chapters that will locally carry out its mission.
RAR will work with its local Chapters to create hyper-local networks and programs to support femmes, trans, women, and non-binary folks (FTWN-B) while centering those who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in the cycling and outdoor scenes.
Eleven RAR Chapters will advocate, support, and uplift BIPOC and FTWN-B cyclists in their local communities! RAR is supporting six funded Chapters and five non-funded Chapters. Funded Chapters receive stipends and gear support. In addition, all Chapters get the benefits of orientation, toolkit, branding, sponsorship connections, bike safety training, and knowledge sharing with fellow RAR Chapters.
Learn about what it takes to be a Chapter including criteria, goals, and commitments. Also, learn about RAR’s commitments to supporting Chapters to help them succeed.
*Chapter applications are closed until 2022
Thank you to the generous supporters for making RAR Chapters possible.