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Archive for February 2010

Words for Wheels

Enter ‘Words for Wheels,’ an essay-based bike giveaway contest. To enter, participants should submit a 200-word essay detailing how winning a bike would change their lives. The winning authors will each receive a BICYCLE, light, helmet and lock.

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USF Area offers Bicycle Commuting Skills Courses During March

Bicycle Commuting Skills for USF Tampa Bay Cycle – Present by Sharon Monahan PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND SPACE IS LIMITED TO THIS FREE CLASS SPONSORED BY TAMPA BAYCYCLE You will receive a Bicycle Commuting Manual and a Bicycle Light, Helmet or Lock RSVP to bond@cutr.usf.edu  Must be

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Bike to Work Tampa

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City of Tampa Needs Input from Cyclists

                                                                 City of Tampa Transportation Division staff is developing a map recommending suitable bicycle routes to the newly opened downtown Curtis Hixon Park and adjacent Tampa Museum of Art from the north, south, east and west.  We are asking for your input on what streets

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Habitat for Humanity of Hillsborough County: Bike to Build Day

Date: Thursday March 4 Time: 9am to 2pm Location: Durham Street, Tampa HFH Hillsborough County wishes to encourage the use bicycles by its volunteers to reach the worksite in support of Florida’s Bicycle Month. We will be painting siding and exterior trim, installing trim, and lot grading.

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HART Community Open Houses – Cyclists Attend!

HART Community Open Houses We need to hear your thoughts about transit to help us make the best decision! A series of HART Community Open Houses will be held at the following locations: Westshore Area Tuesday, February 16, 2010 Loretta Ingraham Recreational Complex 1615 Hubert Street Tampa,

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Investing in Biking and Walking Could Save Lives Says Report

A new report released by the Alliance for Biking & Walking shows that lack of investment in biking and walking could be contributing to higher traffic fatalities and chronic disease rates in the U.S. Bicycling and Walking in the United States: The 2010 Benchmarking Report reveals that

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