i share the road

Frequently Asked Questions

How did the 'i share the road' campaign come about?

A friend of James Schwartz from The Urban Country expressed his interest in showing his support for cyclists on the streets by putting a sticker on his car. James thought this was a great idea and launched a design contest to search for an 'i share the road' logo. We selected a logo, ordered 15,000 stickers, and setup this web site to help spread the campaign internationally.

Where does my donation money go?

The 'i share the road' campaign is a not-for-profit campaign. All donation money received will help cover the costs of the campaign (initially funded by James Schwartz). View our financial information here.

Are donations tax deductable?

We are not a registered charity, so donations are not tax deductable.

How can I help spread the word?

To help spread this campaign, there are a number of things you can do:

  1. Give stickers to family and friends (and strangers)
  2. Put the stickers on your bicycle (if applicable) and your car (if applicable)
  3. Talk to local organizations to support the 'i share the road' message (e.g. taxi companies, public transit, car sharing services, bicycle advocacy groups, etc.)
  4. Talk to your employer to see if they will purchase some stickers to share with employees and clients
  5. Share links to www.isharetheroad.com from Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or your blog. Various logo sizes are also available to share on your site
  6. Volunteer your time to help us with the logistics associated with this campaign

We will update this page as new questions arise.

Since you are sharing the road, why not share this website too?


... or add the 'i share the road' logo to your website

The 'i share the road' campaign is brought to you by:

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