Survey after survey shows that Coloradans want more resources devoted to walking and biking. This 2014 Colorado Bicycle Summit is about turning these “wants” into actual changes.  If you’ve already registered, we can’t wait to see you on Feb. 10 and 11. If not:

Registration closes at noon on Mon., Feb. 3

Please forward to your friends and colleagues!

Members $110 | Nonmembers $125

When: Feb. 10 & 11, 2014
Where: Embassy Suites in downtown Denver, Colorado State Capitol
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Monday Breakout Sessions

Building More Trails – Their Value and How to Get Them

Jack Placchi – Bureau of Land Management
Rebecca Gleason – Western Transportation Institute (WTI)
Tom Morrisey – Colorado State Parks
Bill Haas – Federal Highway Administration of Colorado

Tools to Advance Biking in Your Community

Dean Bressler
Ryan Kragerud – Bicycle Longmont
Ryan Schutz – The Bike Depot

Getting the 60% Riding and the Influence of Infrastructure

Ted Heyd – Bicycle Colorado
Emily Snyder – Denver Public Works
Anthony Pratt – Alta Planning and Design
Jean Sanson – Steer Davies Gleave

Bike and Ped Counting Programs and the Positive Impacts on Communities

Alex Hyde-Wright – Boulder County Transportation Department
Ken Brubaker – CDOT
Amber Blake – City of Durango

Getting More Women Riding – a Workshop/Brainstorming Session

Dorothy Nichols, moderator – SheBeest
Facilitators with ties to advocacy, social media and the bicycling industry

Get Your Message Out – a Clear Voice in Social and Traditional Media 

Lynn Clark – Bicycle Colorado
Kimmie Greene – Level 3 Communications
Mike Lee – Cactus Communications

Summit Happy Hour

Tuesday at the State Capitol

Networking, Breakfast/Coffee and Meet with Representatives