The Michigan Bicycle Summit will be held March 27 from 9am – 4pm in Lansing, MI. The keynote speaker will be Andy Clarke, Executive Director of the League of American Bicyclists, and Chris Phelan, founder of the Ride of Silence, will be a special guest.
The Summit will run be held at Peckham Industries, next to the Lansing airport, with secure indoor parking available. An optional 20-mile post-Summit bike ride will wrap up the day’s events. The theme of the this year’s Summit is “Providing tools for a brighter bicycling future in Michigan.”
Summit participants can choose among 12 different workshops, covering such topics as: Complete Streets; The Ride of Silence; Bikeability Assessments; Bike Shops’ Role in Advocacy; Making Your Tour Accessible to All; and Bicycling and the Law.
The Registration fee of $40 per person ($60 for exhibitors) includes all materials, lunch and snacks. LMB will also hold an awards reception the night before (Friday, March 26th), where we will present our 2010 Awards for Bicycle Advocate, Bicycle Educator, Distinguished Service and Volunteer of the Year. The reception will give you a chance to meet these two nationally known bicycle advocates up close and talk bicycling with them.