Tickets sales end this weekend!
So excited for the 2013 Bicycle Colorado Summit on Feb. 11-12 as I will get to spend time with Colorado's leaders in cycling cover all aspects of the sport/transportation allowing myself and others to grow and come up with strategies to improve bicycling in Colorado. Below is some more information on the summit and more on their keynote speaker, Mia Birk, who she alone is worth spending the time and money to watch!
From Bicycle Colorado
Denver (January 9, 2013)—The third-annual Colorado Bicycle Summit will bring together bicycling advocates, industry leaders, bicyclists and elected officials and agency staff on Feb. 11 and 12 to build strategies to improve bicycling in Colorado.
“Bicyclists are becoming more involved and understand that state and local decisions play a big role in cycling conditions in Colorado,” said Dan Grunig, Bicycle Colorado executive director. “The summit sold out in 2011 and 2012, and we expect a big turnout again this year.”
Colorado Bicycle Summit Speakers
- Mia Birk of Alta Planning + Design, a renowned bike advocate will talk about her work to transform Portland into one of the country’s most bicycle-friendly cities.
- John Desmond of the Downtown Denver Partnership will present on Copenhagen’s bike culture and infrastructure.
- Governor John Hickenlooper is scheduled to give the official welcome to summit attendees.
Attendees will also receive advocacy training for bicycle-related issues on the 2013 Colorado legislative agenda, followed by a morning at the Capitol building meeting with state elected officials on Feb. 12.
Primal Wear is the summit’s presenting sponsor. Other sponsors include Alta Planning + Design, Gates Carbon Drive, Bikes Belong Coalition, SRAM, TrainingPeaks, TheCyclist-Lawyer,com, Ride the Rockies, GO Boulder/City of Boulder, ColoBikeLaw.com, New Belgium Brewing and Denver B-Cycle. Kaiser Permanente is also a supporter of the event.
“We’re very thankful for the support of Primal Wear as our presenting sponsor. They are a shining example of a Colorado bicycle industry member making a difference right here in our community,” said Grunig. “We couldn’t host this valuable event without the support of Primal and our other sponsors.”
To register or learn more, please visit http://BicycleColorado.org/to/summit.