Wednesday Talk on US Bicycle Route System by Adventure Cycling

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I’m writing to let you know that BikePortland.org has invited Ginny Sullivan of Adventure Cycling Association to talk about the emerging U.S. Bicycle Route System in Portland, OR on Wednesday, Feb 3 as part of their ongoing “An Evening with?” series of live interviews. Adventure Cycling’s executive director, Jim Sayer, will also be on hand to meet and greet members.

For five years, Adventure Cycling has had a leading role in helping states design and transform the national corridor plan (see www.adventurecylcing.org/usbrs) into what could become the largest bicycle network in the world! Ginny Sullivan, special projects director, will talk about the role Adventure Cycling has taken in nurturing the project along and share the latest progress on which states are moving forward.

We hope you can join us. This will be a great conversation – not just about the U.S. Bicycle Route System but about the realities and future of bike travel. Bring your friends and questions for a Q & A that will follow.

An Evening with Ginny Sullivan and the U.S. Bicycle Route System
Wednesday, February 3rd
6:00 – 8:00 pm – come early to meet Ginny and Jim Sayer, eat, drink, and be merry.
Plan B (1305 Southeast 8th Ave.)
http://bikeportland.org/2010/01/20/join-us-for-an-evening-with-adventure-cyclings-ginny-sullivan/
Hope to see you there.

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