The inaugural Minnesota Bicycle Summit, at the Capitol in Saint Paul, is open for registration.
The event will take place on February 28 and is an excellent chance for bicycle advocates from throughout Minnesota to get together and talk about the issues facing cyclists throughout the state, and meet with the new legislature to educate them. The Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota will be facilitating sessions on issues and advocacy.
Guest speakers include Mayor RT Rybak of Minneapolis, and Rochester Mayor Ardell Brede – both of whom preside over designated Bicycle Friendly Communities as evaluated by the League of American Bicyclists.
This is sure to be a pretty awesome event, and it’s only $15 for non-Bicycle Alliance members ($10 for members, which. c’mon, be a member).