Bike club leaders from across the country joined League staff and the Kaw Valley Bicycle Club (KVBC) on Tuesday night for a dynamic and educational webinar all about what the National Bike Challenge can do for your club and your community.
Shelli Shipps of the KVBC fielded questions from attendees and the League’s Alison Dewey, giving some great insight into her experiences with the Challenge in 2012 — including winning a Specialized Globe bike (pictured) — and what KVBC plans to do in 2013.
“We competed against each other, but we also competed as a town” she said, describing the competition between KVBC and local advocacy group, Topeka Community Cycle Project. “We would have rides, and then hang out afterwards and discuss different things going on in the community as far as bicycling.” Now, the Topeka Community Cycle Project and the KVBC are working together on how to increase biking in their town!
If you missed the webinar, click here for the full recording or watch it below! While the entire recording lasts an hour, there’s a table of contents in the description where you can jump to any section that you find interesting.
Join the Challenge today at www.nationalbikechallenge.org!
Katie OmbergKatie joined the League in April of 2010. For the two years prior, she worked at the Corcoran College of Art + Design as a programs coordinator. Katie has a BA in Religion from Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Mass. She enjoys biking to work.
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