September 15, 2021 — FORT COLLINS, CO – While Bike Fort Collins attained Accredited Charity Status with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming in late 2020, it was officially presented with its accreditation plaque at its most recent Board of Directors meeting on September 9th. BFC met all 20 BBB Standards for Charity Accountability, which were developed to assist the community in making sound giving decisions and to foster public confidence in charitable organizations.

“We are thrilled to have been recognized by the Better Business Bureau,” said Executive Director, Dave Dixon. “Attaining our BBB Charity Accreditation is a demonstration of our commitment to excellence and hopefully helps assure the community that their donations to Bike Fort Collins are being handled in a most responsible and ethical manner.”

Only charities who meet the standards are designated as a BBB Accredited Charity. An organization must be tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. In addition, the BBB required BFC to provide its latest financial statements, IRS For 990 and a copy of its annual report, which are subjected to a vigorous and thorough review.

BFC’s Accredited Charity page can be viewed here. BFC is also proud to have a Gold Seal of Transparency from Guidestar, as well as a strong Give with Confidence rating with Charity Navigator.



About Bike Fort Collins
Located in one of the most bike friendly cities in the country, Bike Fort Collins (BFC) is a growing bicycle advocacy and active transportation 501(c)(3), delivering on four primary programs, as well as numerous other bicycle advocacy initiatives and events. These primary programs include: Safe Routes to School (a partnership with the City of Fort Collins to deliver bike safety education to Poudre School District students), the Bicycle Friendly Business Network, support of Fort Collins Bike Share program, and its Active Living initiative to promote inclusion and safe access to active transportation in marginalized and distressed communities in Northern Colorado. To learn more, visit, or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.