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BIKE SYMPOSIUM February 22, 2011

BIKE SYMPOSIUM February 22, 2011

14th Annual Bike Maryland Bicycle Symposium

Date:       Tuesday, February 22, 2010 from 8:30am to 4:00pm
Location:      11 Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
                  East Miller Office Building in the President’s Conference Center

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The Symposium brings together advocates, industry leaders, on and off-road recreational cyclists and commuters, and public and non-profit sector leaders from the Tri-State Region.

You won't want to miss this event! The Symposium will educate and empower advocates and attendees, identify common issues in our local communities, set priorities for improving the future of bicycling, and demonstrate the economic impact of our state's bicycling community.

Who should attend? If you are interested in better bicycling this Symposium is for you! Attendees include people with interests in job creation, tourism growth, transportation planning, trails and land preservation, investments in bicycling, health and wellness, and the environment.

Keynote Speaker: Andy Clarke, the President of the League of American Bicyclists (LAB)! Andy Clarke will present the Bike Friendly Maryland Campaign – a partnership between Bike Maryland and LAB. This is a spectacular opportunity to learn how to make your business, university and community bike friendly.

The agenda will be chock-full of renowned presenters and educational topics. Exhibits will be open all day. The Symposium Agenda will be posted mid-January.

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Edited by: Carol Silldorff - Jan-02-11 08:04 pm

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