Partnered Groups

The following groups CABA has partnered with in like minded goals and missions.

Adam Little Foundation

Bicycle Commuter Mentor Program

Our purpose is to disseminate information to help folks who desire to commute by bicycle.  We use the Google Groups format to encourage discussion by users on the wide variety of topics that enable us to improve our commuting experience, and make it safer.  Although our focus is on the Charlotte area, many of the topics contained in this forum are relevant to cycling commuters all over the world, so we encourage you to join us, regardless of where you live and commute

Carolina Thread Trail

The Carolina Thread Trail (The Thread) is a regional network of greenways and trails that reaches 15 counties and 2.3 million people. There are 96 miles of The Thread open to the public – linking people, places, cities, towns and attractions.

Charlotte Velo

Charlotte bicycle accident map and news source

Clean Air Carolina

Clean Air Carolina has grown from an all-volunteer organization in 2002 to a core of paid staff and several dozen active volunteers working on clean air campaigns. Issues being addressed in our campaigns include cleaner vehicle emissions, health-awareness in the community and cleaner energy options.

NC Central Piedmont Group of the Sierra Club

Plan Charlotte is a project of the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, an applied research and community outreach institute at UNC Charlotte. Our goal at is to be a citizen resource, looking at problems and solutions in land use planning, neighborhood design, environmental protection and other urban and regional issues.

Sustain Charlotte

Sustain Charlotte is a nonprofit organization helping to advance a region-wide sustainability movement by serving as a catalyst for change.  Our mission is to inspire, inform, and facilitate a holistic and collaborative approach to building a vibrant and sustainable future for the entire Charlotte metropolitan region.

Trips for Kids Charlotte

Trips for Kids Charlotte was founded by individuals living in the Southern Piedmont of North and South Carolina with a fundamental belief that cycling is an empowering sport that can help kids achieve “breakthrough” results in their lives. We are public officials, corporate and private citizens. When all is said and done, we are individuals that want to make a difference in the lives of kids and believe that cycling is a perfect medium for making that difference.