RIDE OF SILENCE ANNOUNCEMENT This year, the Ride of Silence will be virtual instead of in-person. Here’s how to participate: 1. Ride in silence 2. Remember and honor those who’ve been hit & killed while riding or seriously injured 3. Ride slowly and a relatively short distance – this is not a race 4. Wear a helmet & obey road laws for bicyclists Take a selfie photo or 2 and use the hashtag #RideofSilence2020 and location of the event when posting their rides on social media.

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Bike Month has begun! But it’s going to look much different this year. @mayorkaufusi, @provocity, and BikeWalk Provo invite you to ride your bike to a shop or dine at local business this month, take a photo of yourself, and upload it to Instagram and/or Facebook with the hashtag #ProvoProud. A few lucky people will win gift cards to some great Provo businesses. Get out there and ride!

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The BikeWalk Provo Public Works Department’s latest tactical urbanism project shows that protected bike lanes can be built on the cheap! Provo residents and @brighamyounguniversity students and employees love the new protected bike lanes on Cougar Boulevard. But we are puzzled why on the final block before entering campus–just as the numbers of people on bikes is the greatest–the concrete barriers disappear. We hope @provocity will soon install a barrier and BYU will make this campus entrance safe by completing its gap in the bike lane. #provoproud #bikemonth #bikeprovo #bikewalkprovo #tacticalurbanism

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