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Bicycle Friendly America News - 2019 National Bike Summit speaker Robin Mazumder, Pop-Up Shop Applications and more

2019 National Bike Summit speaker Robin Mazumder, Pop-Up Shop Applications and so much more.
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» November 12, 2018 
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The League is excited to introduce one of our 2019 National Bike Summit speakers! Robin Mazumder is an urban scientist with a love of cycling. Find out how he connects his enthusiasm for cycling with his research on urban design to inspire a future that accommodates the human experience in this blog.
2019 National Bike Summit: Applications for the Pop-up Shop

Applications for the National Bike Summit's Pop-up Shop are open!
The 20th Anniversary National Bike Summit is carrying on the tradition of showcasing small, women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. Applications to participate in our pop-up shop are now open! Chosen shops will be able to sell and feature their products to our full audience of advocates and professionals on the summit floor. Questions can be directed to

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Become a League Cycling Instructor
Are you an experienced and knowledgeable rider with a desire to make bicycling safe and accessible for others? Consider becoming a League Cycling Instructor! Join the ranks of more than 6,000 LCIs nationwide by registering for a three-day course in your area.

Upcoming certification seminars:​​​​

» February 8-10, El Monte, CA. Registration closes 1/19.
» February 15-17, Charlotte, NC. Registration closes 1/26.

Check here and in this biweekly update for more classes coming to your region.
Upcoming Webinars

What do the Election Votes Mean for Bicycling?
Tuesday, November 13 5:00PM ET.

Thank you to everyone who voted this election day. If you are interested in learning what the election results mean for bicycling and walking and for the September 2020 transportation bill, join our Government Relations expert Caron Whitaker for this webinar.

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See the full list of upcoming and archived League webinars here.
2019 Bicycle Friendly America Applications Open for Submission
The Bicycle Friendly America program is now accepting online applications from Communities, Businesses, and Universities for the upcoming 2019 program deadlines. To preview the application questions and create an account to submit an online application, please visit

The next deadline to apply for each program: 
» Bicycle Friendly Community: February 5, 2019 (2 deadlines per year, Feb. and Aug.)
» Bicycle Friendly Business: February 20, 2019 (3 deadlines per year, Feb., June, and Oct.)
» Bicycle Friendly University: August 22, 2019 (1 deadline per year, Aug.)

Learn more about the BFA program at
State and Regional Bike Summits
​Know about a summit in your area? Email with more information!
The League is Hiring a Summit Intern!
The League is looking for an enthusiastic, responsible, detail oriented team player, who is eager to be part of the League team. The intern will gain first hand knowledge of the National Bike Summit agenda. Work includes communicating with attendees, creating promotional material, data entry, organization, analysis, writing, website updates and administrative assistance. 

Learn more about this internship and download the application.
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from , !Master List Archive Feed, November 12, 2018 at 02:15PM.

I Bike I Vote: What do the election results mean for bicycling?

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Hello Citizen Cyclists,

This is your FINAL I Bike I Vote email for 2018. However, it won’t be the end of the League’s coverage of these elections, or of promoting better bicycling for Citizen Cyclists. It will also be the beginning of the next transportation bill debate.

Join me Tuesday, November 13 at 5pm ET for a 30-minute webinar on what the election results mean for bicycling and walking, and for the September 2020 transportation bill. This webinar will also review who the new and returning allies are for bicycling. 

Want to listen but can’t make it Tuesday? No worries- register now and we will send you an email when it is online.

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#IBIKEIVOTE is a new newsletter series, in preparation for the fall midterm elections. If you wish not to see this series, or other specific content from the League, we encourage you to update your preferences here.
We are Citizen Cyclists. Join/Renew your support today.
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from , !Master List Archive Feed, November 08, 2018 at 03:45PM.

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