About Us

Who We Are

The Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling is a volunteer-led organization working to make bicycling fun, safe and accessible for people of all ages in Fairfax County. Since 2005, FABB volunteers have been an effective voice among Fairfax County transportation professionals, elected officials, community advocates and leaders. FABB’s capstone effort over the past few years has been the successful adoption of the County’s Bicycle Master Plan and Map, which was approved in December 2014. FABB works 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.

FABB is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
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FABB Board

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Bruce Wright


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Jeff Gauger

Vice President

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Sonya Breehey

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Howard Albers


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Alexis Glenn


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Jeff Anderson

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Steve Ward

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Yvette White

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Shawn Newman

Bicycle Friendly Community

In 2017, with FABB’s help, Fairfax County was named a Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. Our goal is to reach the Silver Level but much work needs to be done. See the Bicycle Friendly Report Card and Silver standards here. 

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