By JEFFERY BROWN, Associated Press The National Bicycle Club is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, and it’s giving back to the people who make it possible.
The nonprofit group is giving away bicycles to low-income households, businesses, nonprofits and the elderly.
Here are a few highlights from the last 60 years.
In 1963, the U.S. government created the Bicycle Advisory Committee to provide information about bicycle safety and to monitor the development of new products.
In 1965, the committee began to monitor safety improvements in bicycles.
In 1966, the National Bicycle Advisory Council created a program to provide educational materials and support for bicycle riders.
The committee also developed the Bicycle Master Plan.
In 1970, the Committee on Bicycles in Government, headed by then-President Richard Nixon, developed the National Traffic Safety and Environment Administration’s Bicycle Plan, which outlined the national safety and environmental goals of the United States for bicycles.
The plan also included specific requirements for the development, use and maintenance of bicycles.
A committee member also led the development and implementation of the National Road Rules.
In 1972, President Gerald Ford signed a bill to promote bicycle safety, including the development or maintenance of helmets.
In 1973, the Department of Transportation launched a national bicycle safety campaign.
In 1977, the federal government established a National Bicycle Strategy that included an initiative to develop new models of bicycle and assist low- and moderate-income bicyclists.
In 1978, the government established the Bicycle Safety Council.
The council was responsible for coordinating the federal and state efforts to promote and protect bicyclists, promote bicycle training, and develop bicycle programs.
In 1980, President Jimmy Carter announced the National Bicycling Safety Strategy, a federal plan to improve bicycle safety across the country and to reduce traffic deaths and injuries.
In 1981, the Council on Interstate and Foreign Commerce established the National Transportation Safety Board.
In 1982, the Transportation Safety Administration, in partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Department’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics, established the Bureau of Statistics on Bicycle Safety, which was renamed the National Safety Data Center.
In 1986, the United Nations established the International Bicycle Institute, which promotes safe bicycle use worldwide.
In 1990, the Bicycle Foundation of America created the International Association of Bicyclists.
The organization works to support bicyclists and promote bicycle advocacy and education.
In 1993, the American Bicycle Foundation and the National Cyclists Union launched the Bicycle Education Project, which aims to teach more about and support the bicycle and improve safety on the roads.
In 2000, the Government Accountability Office established the Office of Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety, an agency within the U,S.
Department of Health and Human Services dedicated to developing and improving bicycling safety.
In 2004, President George W. Bush signed the Bicycle Accident Reporting and Prevention Act.
The law provides that federal agencies should report bicycle crashes on a national basis.
The bill also provides for state and local governments to adopt bicycle safety plans and to establish programs to promote safe bicycle behavior.
In 2008, the Obama Administration released a National Pedestrians and Bicyists Strategy, which provided recommendations for improving bicycle safety.
The U.K. also has a bicycle safety strategy.
In 2012, the European Parliament adopted a national strategy to promote cycling and bicycle use.
In 2014, the International Cycling Union released a report that recommends that governments should support bicycle and pedestrian cycling and that all states should enact measures to promote bicycling and pedestrian safety.