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Alyssa Proudfoot Siegel

Alyssa Proudfoot Siegel is the Membership & Program Coordinator at The League of American Bicyclists. As a Bay Area native who ended up learning how to wrench and winter bike in Minneapolis, Alyssa now literally only knows how to talk about bikes. She coordinated a free bike repair program during the George Floyd protests in the Twin Cities, and connected the city to bike resources in every neighborhood with a bike-shop desert. Alyssa was also a coordinator at the largest bike distribution and repair camp at Burning Man, and is a frequent contributing writer for Grease Rag Ride & Wrench Zines. Alyssa founded Radical Joy Riding in 2022 as a WTF-focused, accessible biking group in DC, and has organized┬áskill shares, beginner rides, and overnights to inspire marginalized cyclists to do what feels good in their bodies. As an organizer with DC Bike Party and Bikes Not Bombs DC, Alyssa strives to be the human embodiment of a no-drop ride. She believes that bikes can save the world, and whether she’s tinkering with her next bike project, teaching Safe Cycling classes, or leading biking adventures, she’s always chasing that bike utopia dream. With The League, Alyssa fights for a Bicycle Friendly America and safe streets for all.