Three Cycling Options for this evening... Two Advocacy and one Entertainment!
three cycling options other than riding

got your tickets? last time you were frustrated you missed it... here is your second shot!

tickets available NOW -

National Bike Summit here in Washington DC

although I do not think I will be involved in any of the action...

one fun way to play with the people in power is to ride your bicycle with them!
I have done this WABA Lead Tour in years past

NATIONAL BIKE SUMMIT: www.bikeleague.org

Congressional Bike Caucus Bike Ride
Friday, March 13th

Garfield Circle, West front of US Capitol, 1st and Pennsylvania Ave NW.

What better way to close an amazing Bike Summit than with a nice bike ride? Join WABA and advocates from around the country for the traditional closer to the National Bike Summit, the Congressional Bike Caucus Bike Ride. The ride begins at 8:30am at Garfield Circle at the west front of the Capitol (1st and Pennsylvania Ave NW).


MORE (Mid Atlantic Off Road Enthusiats) Need Your Help!

We need as many mountain bikers as possible to come out for this meeting to show support for mountain biking in the George Washington National Forest, we want to pack the house. If you happen to have any IMBA and MORE apparel it would be appropriate to wear it.

Date and Time - Thursday evening, March 12th @ 6:45 pm - 9:00 pm. The presentation will start at 7:00 pm but come at 6:45 to view the maps.

Location - NRECA (National Rural Electric Cooperative Association) Building at 4301 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22203. It's near the intersection of Wilson Blvd and Glebe Rd, one block from the Ballston Metro stop on the Orange Line. After-hours free parking is available in the building's parking garage, which is entered on Taylor St.

Directions to the facility can be found at: http://www.nreca.org/ContactUs/directions.htm

GWNF Forest Plan Revision Review with the Forest Service - The Forest Service is revising its management plan for the George Washington National Forest. This plan will determine what level of protection local treasures such as Massanutten, Big Schloss, and Shenandoah Mountain receive. A strong management plan would recommend permanent protection of these areas with Wilderness, National Scenic Area, or National Recreation Area status. A weak management plan would endanger old growth forests and pristine watersheds by opening them to logging and natural gas extraction. Come tell the Forest Service that you want to protect our last great places in Virginia. Let's show the Forest Service how important this resource is to Northern Virginians.

You can view the Forest Service's web site for this review process at: http://www.fs.fed.us/r8/gwj/forestpl...plan-home.shim

1 comment:

Jason Berry said...

There's about 20 tickets left!