Friday, March 19, 2010

Bike Touring and refreshments! New 2,4000 mile bike route.

We just got sent this email by the Adventure Cycling Association who work to inspire people to travel by bicycle. Although you may not have been technically invited, we encourage you to attend the even as our guest.

We'd like to invite you to a very special Adventure Cycling gathering in Eugene on Thursday, April 8 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Adventure Cycling's Jim Sayer and Jenn Milyko will be in town to unveil the brand new 2,400 mile Sierra Cascades Bicycle Route and to share the latest news on bicycle travel and adventures in North America (and perhaps beyond!). This will be a grand celebration with our friends at REI, which provided financial support for route research. We are especially excited because the Sierra Cascades route takes the Adventure Cycling Route Network over 40,000 miles – to our knowledge, the largest mapped bicycle-friendly route system in the world!

Join us at REI's Store in central Eugene for this important event. Refreshments will be provided and the fun will begin at 7:00, with the program starting at 7:30. For directions, click on -- or call (541) 465-1800.

Please RSVP by April 5th by responding to this email or calling me, Beth Petersen, at 800-755-2453 x 211. We also encourage you to invite cycling colleagues, other friends or family. The event is free and open to the public.

We are looking for a few volunteers to help with the event and prepping the gathering location. Please contact Beth Petersen at or 800-755-2453 ext. 210 if you are interested.

Thanks and hope to see you there.

Happy riding,

Beth Petersen
Adventure Cycling Association
800-755-2453 x 211
Inspiring people to travel by bicycle for fitness, fun and self discovery.

What could be better that bikes and refreshments

1 comment:

Winona, Media Director said...

Thanks so much for posting our invite! These events are free and open to the public. Cyclists and aspiring cyclists welcome!

See you there.

Media Director, Adventure Cycling Association