Bicycle advocate's, enthusiasts and bicycle-related government transportation official from across Indiana are expected to attend Bicycle Indiana's statewide bicycle summit, titled "spIN 2013" (Start Pedaling INdiana) March 14-16 in Indianapolis.
The three day conference will highlight recent revisions to the Americana Association of State Highway and Transportation Official (AASHTO) Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities during a full afternoon workshop on Friday.
You can find for details and registration (required) on the Bicycle Indiana website (or follow this link). The summit will take place at the Alexander Hotel, 333 S. Delaware, Indianapolis, IN. Space is limited, and those interested should register as soon as possible.
Here is the spIN 2013 agenda summary:
March 14, 5:30 -7 p.m
* Registration, Welcome, Dinner Groups w/ local hosts
March 15, 8 am -5 pm
* Can your street help you lose weight and save money?
* Economic Impact of Bicycling
* New AASHTO guide for bike infrastructure
March 16, 8 am - noon
* Breakout session topics to include:
* Women's Forums 1 & 2
* Advocacy 101
* Promoting your club, event, organization
* 1 pm - Let's Go For A Bike Ride!
Bicycle Indiana is the statewide voice of the Indiana bicycling community. Bicycle Indiana serves all those involved in bicycling by providing information, education, organization, promotion and advocacy. Bicycle Indiana's offices are located in the Indy Bike Hub YMCA at City Market, 242 E. Market Street, in downtown Indianapolis. If you are in town for spIN 2013, be sure to visit this unique bicycle parking and fitness facilty.