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closes October 20th at 5pm. 
On-site registration will be available starting on Friday, October 23 at 12:00pm in the lobby of the Humanities Building.
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Friday, October 23 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
Building Bicycle-Friendly Communities

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What makes a bike friendly community? Many things contribute to making a community bike friendly and getting more people on bikes- infrastructure, culture, land use, access to affordable bikes and advocacy. Join Community Cycles on a pedal-powered tour and discuss the importance of state-of-the-art examples. Participants will meet at Community Cycles and up to 10 participants will have the opportunity to rent free bikes from a nearby Bcycle station if people would like to join the bike tour but do not have a bike. Participants should be prepared to bike up to four miles, with frequent stops and rest points. Led by Sue Prant and Ann Haebig of Community Cycles. This tour will take place by bicycle. Indicate transport-ability on registration form.  Advance registration required for field trips and workshop intensives.  Pre-register IN THE EVENTBRITE REGISTRATION SYSTEM* by October 20th.  First-come, first-serve.  Limited capacity.  *Signing up to attend this on the SCHED system does not complete your registration and save you a spot.  REGISTRATION IS CLOSED


Ann Haebig

Nonprofit and B Corp data support, Independent Consultant
With over 15 years of database experience, Ann helps nonprofits, B corps, and social enterprises make the most of their data through web forms, reports, and automation. Know your supporters and serve your mission!

Sue Prant

Executive Director, Community Cycles
Sue Prant has been involved in bicycling and nonprofit management for over 20 years. In the early nineties she became the first Executive Director of the Greater Philadelphia Bicycle Coalition and grew the organization from a handful of committed folks to over 1,500 members. As director... Read More →

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