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Register for Utah Bike Summit 2011

Now is the time to sign up for this year’s Utah Bike Summit. Anyone interested in bicycles and cycling advocacy is invited to this annual event sponsored by the non-profit advocacy organization Bike Utah. The 2011 summit promises to be better than ever with some incredible presenters including:

  • Andy Clarke, President of League of American Bicyclists in Washington, DC
  • Brett McIff, PhD and Shaunna Burbidge, PhD, Utah Department of Health
  • Massimo (Max) Testa, M.D., world-renowned cycling expert
  • Zac Whitmore, Provo’s own Bike Committee Chairman

Admission includes a jam-packed day of thought-provoking panel discussions and presentations on topics such as “Bicycle Advocacy 101,” “Utah Legislative Update on Cycling,” “How to Put on a Community Cycling Event” and more. The presentation on cycling in Provo is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. Following the conference, don’t miss the Meet and Greet Reception, a unique opportunity to mingle with fellow cyclists, state Legislators, and Utah Mayors.

Last year’s conference (as detailed in Zac’s posts on Day 1 and Day 2) was outstanding and we’re excited that this year looks even better!

The Details

When: April 29, 2011 – 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Where: Salt Lake Community College – Miller Campus (in Sandy)

Register: in advance on – $30 with discounts for students

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