[Bike to the Future] Job posting, Volunteers wanted, Mandatory helmet legislation
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to Bike to the Future announcements
More news for Bike to the Future's members and supporters.
1. March Monthly Meeting minutes 2. Bicycle Valet Winnipeg: Program Coordinator - job posting 3. Volunteers wanted: Planning Committee for a summer ride
4. BttF's response to the Province's thoughts about cycling safety (mandatory helmet legislation) 5. City Cycling courses -- City of Winnipeg's Leisure Guide
The minutes from our March Monthly meeting have been posted at biketothefuture.org/about/meetings.
____________________________ Bicycle Valet Winnipeg: Program Coordinator - job posting
Bicycle Valet Winnipeg is a project of Bike to the Future that offers a bicycle valet at events around Winnipeg. Bicycle Valet reduces traffic and parking congestion while encouraging Active Transportation in Winnipeg. Having a safe and free place to park their "wheels" will encourage people to choose an active lifestyle and increase the use of Winnipeg's growing Active Transportation infrastructure.
Do you want to ride your bike more often but just don’t feel safe? Do you want to teach your kids how to cycle safely? Can-Bike certified instructors from Bike to the Future will help you build both the knowledge and confidence to start riding on the streets and trails in Winnipeg. The course is endorsed by the Manitoba Cycling Association, and each participant will receive a copy of the 2012 Winnipeg Cycling Map.
When: Saturday May 5, noon to 4:00 PM Where: Fort Rouge Leisure Centre, 625 Osborne Street Fee: $43 Leisure Guide Course ID: 412613
Would you like to start commuting but are uncomfortable on busier streets? Are you already commuting, but want to learn the cycling skills that will allow you to ride safely in heavier traffic? Certified Can-Bike instructors from Bike to the Future will help you build the skills and knowledge to ride confidently in traffic. The course is endorsed by the Manitoba Cycling Association, and each participant will receive a copy of the 2012 Winnipeg Cycling Map.
When: Saturday May 12, noon to 4:00 PM Where: St James Civic Centre: 2055 Ness Ave Fee: $43 Leisure Guide Course ID: 412612