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Sierra Club Panel on Bike Commuting: Mean Streets or Joy Ride?

Oct 1 2008 - 7:00pm

Sierra Club of Canada — Chinook Group

How does Calgary stack up to other cities when it comes to encouraging citizens to ride their bikes to work? What are we doing right? What can we be do better?

That is the topic of a special panel discussion on bike commuting hosted by Sierra Club Canada’s Chinook Group on Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 7 pm at the Calgary Area Outdoor Council (CAOC) building at 1111 Memorial Drive NW on the Bow River pathway (upstairs, entrance at the back).

The free public event will feature a lively discussion led by a panel of local cyclists including Ward 11 Alderman Brian Pincott, Calgary Mountain-View MLA and provincial environment critic Dr. David Swann, BikeCalgary.org director Joe Seitz, Elbow Valley Cycling Club education director Gary Beaton and Sierra Club Chinook Group board member Grady Semmens.

For more information, contact Alex Taylor: alex [at] sierraclubchinook [dot] org

Chinook Group monthly meetings are free and open to the public. The meetings take place the first Wednesday evening of each month at 7 pm at the Calgary Area Outdoor Council (CAOC) building at 1111 Memorial Drive NW on the Bow River pathway (upstairs, entrance at the back). Inexpensive parking is available at the building off east-bound Memorial Drive.

Location

Calgary Area Outdoor Council
1111 Memorial Drive NW
Calgary, AB

Posted September 11, 2008 by Anonymous

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