Bicicultura: Local network composed of groups and individuals who work to promote the bicycle as an instrument of cultural change whose use helps create more humanistic, healthy, and integrated cities.
Macleta: Women on bikes. Group of women cyclists dedicated to various activities involving transport and gender. They encourage women to use the bicycle as a means of transport and share their experiences and knowledge through different workshops and lectures.
Ciudad Viva: Association of community organizations that promotes sustainable transport for equality, recycling for a better life, heritage for identity, and empowerment of citizens’ organizations in citizen-led urban planning.
Ciclovías Unidas: Pan-American network of initiatives that are developed in the hemisphere and that are based on the preparation, occupation, and recuperation of city streets as places for recreation and for community interaction.
La ciudad de los niños: Program that encourages cities to develop keeping as a fundamental parameter the needs and requirements of children. One of their primary goals is to create an environment in which it is safe for children to travel to and from school on their own, which can be achieved if we stop placing such a great importance on cars.
Movimiento de Furiosos Ciclistas: The oldest movement of cyclists that advocate for more bike-related facilities and for more opportunities to utilize bicycles as a form of transit.