Who We Are

We are a group of concerned community members who want to make bicycling an integral part of the transportation network of Fairfax County. We volunteer so that residents and visitors of all ages have access to safe and convenient bicycle facilities. Since 2005, FABB volunteers have achieved a sterling reputation as an effective voice among Fairfax County transportation professionals, elected officials, community advocates and community leaders. With the expansion of bicycle facilities countywide, public awareness of FABB's goals and efforts is expanding among residents at large and cyclists -- as well as among members of the business community and homeowner associations, who are influential with local government.

FABB's capstone effort over the past few years has been the successful adoption of the County's Bicycle Master Plan, which was approved in December 2014. FABB has worked tirelessly uniting government, local leaders, bike organizations, and citizens towards a common goal of making bicycling transportation safe, accessible and commonplace in Fairfax County for all ages, abilities and skill levels.

The vision and intent are formulated, and now we have the opportunity to develop our organization into a more powerful voice to accelerate positive change within our community.

FABB is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. IRS Determination Letter.

FABB Board

You can contact the FABB Board by sending an email message to the entire board.

FABB Contacts entry form
FABB Volunteer Sign up form
FABB Volunteer hours