Bicycle Indiana, a state-wide bicycling advocacy agency, is applying to Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles for a bicycling vanity plate. The success of this application promises to bring much needed funding for bicycling improvements throughout the state. In order to make the applications successful, we need a minimum of 500 signed pledges by March 15. Can [...]
Don't forget Bicycle Indiana's upcoming Bicycle Summit! If you go online http://bicycleindiana.org/ and register before Oct. 10 you will be eligible for the drawing for door prizes. If you register after that, you will just have to watch. Bicycle Indiana is working hard to get a state-wide coalition in motion that will change the bicycling culture in [...]
Krista Rettig, Director of Advocacy and Government Affairs for Trek Bicycle Corp, will be the keynote speaker for the Inaugural Bicycle Indiana Summit. Jeff Peel, Program Specialist for Bicyle Frindly Communties, will be present. He will be one of the seminar presenters. See the previous post for information about the summit.
Bicycle Indiana (formerly Indiana Bicycle Coalition) is holding its inaugural bicycle summit on Saturday, Oct. 17. The registration fee of $30 ($25 for BI members) includes a package of a forenoon bike ride, lunch, and afternoon bicycle seminars. The ride will take you to points of interest in Indianapolis. The afternoon seminars cover various bicycling topics, including [...]
---Old inner tubes are welcomed for recycling by http://www.cycle-dog.com. The small company uses tubes to make attractive dog collars and leashes. Just think -- Fido may develop a respect for cyclists instead of treating us like lunch. Cycle Dog, based in bike-friendly Portland, Oregon, invites individuals and shops to send expired tubes so the rubber doesn't [...]