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February 13, 2007

Why Bike Alone if You Don't Have To?

Maybe it was because the heads-up came on Friday the 13th, I don't know, but an e-mail from my friend Larry Lagarde has sat in my inbox since October:


As part of my efforts to draw a larger audience in general to bicycling, I'd like to invite you and your readers to visit "Let's Go Bicycling!" a site that's designed to unify bicyclists so more riders can be aware of upcoming cycling events and/or find riding partners for future rides. The site is free to use so I invite you to check it out and share word about it with others.

And here's the url for an event that I just added...

By working together, we can inspire more people to discover the joys of bicycling.

Larry Lagarde

Urging bicycling for recreation, commuting, health and a better future.

Well, I checked the place out, and it seems to have a few others who have signed on.

Members can add events to a calendar, share photos, and join discussions in a forum.

A pretty cool idea that has potential as more people learn of it. 

February 13, 2007 in EVENT GUIDE (California and Selective Others) | Permalink


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