Our organization focuses solely on mobilization, education, engagement and registration of young enthusiastic voters. 
Bike N Vote started as an entertaining piece to get people excited about voting. The biking community across the country continues to grow and we want to grow with it. Biking comes with health benefits and it is considered a form of transportation for some.
Voting is a part of our right as humans and our ancestors fought for years to uphold the integrity and equity of the vote. We must continue those efforts throughout the years. The marriage between the two allows people with those individual commonalities to organize together and become one.
We want to increase participation in every local election using our unique stylized techniques. We understand that closing the race and age gap in participation won’t be easy but our work is dedicated to that mission through our grassroots tactics, social media creativity, and strategic partnerships, which allows people to have the power over politics, as it was designed to do.
Our youth programs will expose and educate proper voting habits early on, exposing them to laws and policies that are included in everyday life that’s also powered by a vote. 
“Our vision is building a future of leaders and forward thinkers within the political system” 
“To create equity within our democracy for every citizen in our growing society”

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On March 9th and 16th, Bike N Vote is taking the lead in riding to the polls. Be part of this empowering event, cast your vote early, and ride through the heart of our community. Experience unity, discover local gems, and exercise your democratic right. Secure your spot today!

Young People Vote is a nonpartisan 501 (c)(3), state-based civic engagement and movement building organization working year-round to create a more accessible, inclusive, and representative democracy for young people of color. Over the past 2 years, Young People Vote, in partnership with Bike N Vote, has engaged and registered those young people that believe that their voices have been muzzled in the democratic process