$27.9 million–that’s the DIRECT annual economic benefit of cycling in our area. Let’s make sure our policy-makers know that bicycling is important to our economy.
Join us Tues, May 12, 4:30-6 pm, for a party celebrating the newly-released report on the economic benefits of cycling in the Pikes Peak Region. We’ll be joined by the Downtown Partnership at the Mezannine, 20 N. Tejon. Doors open 4:15 pm. The event is free, but you must register at this link.
May is Starlight giveaway time–prizes all month long!
Comment to win.
Comment on the picture of Ted’s Bicycles on our Facebook page, and be entered in a drawing for front and rear bike lights.
You need lights to ride the Starlight; how about getting them for free?
We need YOU for the Starlight! We’re gearing up for our biggest event of the year, and we need your help. Volunteer shifts run from two to four hours, for setup, route directors and breakdown. All volunteers get pizza before the event and pancake breakfast after, an event tee shirt, and our undying gratitude. Details and descriptions on our website: Visit our Website.
We got a call from the City today to let us know that FEMA repairs, delayed by weather, will be moving forward in the next week. We don’t think there will be trail closures, but be on the lookout for heavy equipment!
Contractors will be working in Garden of the Gods and Red Rock Canyon Open Space, with some projects in Palmer Park and Blodgett Peak Open Space.