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We are usually happy to exchange links with other websites.  If you manage a website that you would like linked on ours, please do the follow:

Post a link to us on your site.

  1. Website must be family-friendly.
  2. We believe that links are service to our visitors, not just for page rankings and SEO, so link sections should be user-friendly.  The link to the link-page should be in a visible, logical and accessible location:
    a)  The "link" or "resources" section should be linked directly from the homepage.  It should be EASY to find and well labeled, on par (location, font, etc.) with links to other products and services offered on the homepage.
    b) The link/resources sections should be indexed and organized by subject and alphabetically so that it is usable, with no more than 30 links per heading or sub-heading.
    c) The link to our site should be EASY to find and should be no more than three clicks from the home page. (We verify links by starting at the home page.)
  3. Generally, we exchange links one-for-one, generally to a page in the domain that links to us -- no triangular or third-party links. If you you are asking to link to more than one URL please post a similar number of links to other sections of our website, for example www.ibike.org/ibike, www.ibike.org/bikeafrica, www.ibike.org/bibliography, www.ibike.org/africaguide, www.ibike.org/encouragement, etc.
  4. We do not link to any site that tries to hide or obscure its links page.

  5. We do not link to any site that puts links in a java script code, or runs links through a cgi script, with the effect of making the links invisible to search engine spiders.

Now, write us when the link is posted.  If we can easily find the link from your homepage we will post a reciprocal link.

Posting a Link to Us

You don't have to link to our homepage if the content of your site makes it more logical to link to a content specific page on our site.

Link Title: International Bicycle Fund

Link URL: http://www.ibike.org

Link Description: (Use one of the following descriptions or modify one to fit your site.)

8 words
Promotes bicycle transportation, responsible tourism and understanding worldwide.

25 words
Promotes bicycle transportation worldwide, especially in less developed areas.  Activities include: urban planning, rural mobility, economic development, safety education, environmental quality and responsible tourism program.

50 words
IBF promotes bicycle and other aspects of non-motorized transportation worldwide, especially in less developed areas, with a particular interest in Africa and South America.  Areas of activities include: urban planning, rural mobility, economic development, safety education, environmental quality, energy conservation and responsible tourism. Sponsors small group bicycle tour programs worldwide.

80 words
IBF promotes bicycle and other aspects of non-motorized transportation worldwide, especially in less developed areas, with a particular interest in Africa and South America.  Areas of activities include: urban planning, transportation planning, rural mobility, mobility for women, economic development, road safety education, human settlement and quality of life, personal health, environmental quality, energy conservation and responsible tourism.  Sponsors environmental friendly, cultural immersion, small group, bicycle tour program for ordinary active people, to Asia, the Americas, and all regions of Africa.

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The International Bicycle Fund is an independent, non-profit organization. Its primary purpose is to promote bicycle transportation. Most IBF projects and activities fall into one of  four categories: planning and engineering, safety education, economic development assistance and promoting international understanding. IBF's objective is to create a sustainable, people-friendly environment by creating opportunities of the highest practicable quality for bicycle transportation. IBF is funded by private donation. Contributions are always welcome and are U.S. tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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