1) Columbus's first Bike to Work Week (B2WW) May 12-16 is packed with city-wide events, a Commuter Challenge, and a Monday morning launch with the Mayor on the Statehouse lawn. Visit b2ww.considerbiking.org to learn more and get involved!Come on out and join in one (or ALL) of these events!
2) B2WW closes on Saturday with Bike+Art=Show, an arts and crafts show to celebrate the bicycle and the bicyling lifestyle. To participate, register online at bikeart.considerbiking.org!
3) Bicycling Magazine's BIKETOWN is officially coming to Columbus! BIKETOWN provides free bikes to people who don't have one, and tracks the recipients for a year to see how their lives have changed. Anyone who would like to apply for a free bike can enter the essay contest at http://www.bicycling.com
/biketown/essay.html. The Mayor will award the bikes to their recipients on May 22.
4) A Consider Biking Membership Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 27 @ 7pm. Come out to meet the board, socialize with friends, and provide input into what you'd like to see from our organization going forward! Location TBD.
As always, you can learn about these events and more at http://www.considerbiking.org. Please let me know if you've forgotten your login information; don't let that be an excuse not to contribute to the conversation!
See you around,
People, not speed.