We are very excited to announce that iblockthebikelane.com is now dontblockthebikelane.com!
Our campaign was started back in 2011 with the goal of educating motorists about the dangers of blocking bike lanes. At the time, stickers reading i block the bike lane .com made sense. However, over the past two years, many of the visitors to our website have been bicyclists, and our focus has broadened to include all issues and advancements related to bike lanes. The rebranding allows us to avoid confusion about our first and primary mission – keeping our bike lanes open and accessible.
If you are a member of the Bike Lane Sticker Team, thank you so much for your continued support! Our campaign would not have legs (or more appropriately, wheels!) without you. Please don’t worry if you have older stickers, as iblockthebikelane.com will redirect to the new website. If you have any questions or concerns, you may reach us at email@example.com.
In addition to our new name, we have renewed energy and ambition. We will be posting more regularly, and encourage you to subscribe to the blog, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Most importantly, please spread the word about our campaign to others. The new stickers are now available for purchase.
Happy biking, friends! Stay safe!
If you own dontblockthebikelane.com, why aren’t you using an email address of (for example): Info@dontblockthebikelane.com? firstname.lastname@example.org is somewhat unprofessional.
Larry, Dontblockthebikelane.com isn’t a professional organization, it is a very small grassroots movement. We don’t have an “email@example.com” email address, because it costs extra money, and we don’t have any external sources of funding.
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