Biking Boise- Commuting Class
Boise Bicycle Project hosts a free commuting class for adults every Saturday 9-11:30am, throughout the summer. The class is held in the FOOTE ROOM of the BSU Student Union Building (#10 on map) and then travels throughout Boise, covering safe riding techniques, traffic law, and basic commuting skills.
Come with your bicycle and helmet, ready to ride. This program is for 14 and over only. Under 18 year olds need to be accompanied by an adult. This program is outside, so please dress appropriately for the weather.
Register for an upcoming class by contacting Boise Bicycle Project:
http://www.boisebicycleproject.org/programs/ or calling 429-6520 Wednesday-Saturday.
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Protected Bike Lanes Mean Business
In this report from PeopleForBikes and the Alliance for Biking & Walking, 15 entrepreneurs and business leaders from major U.S. cities explain how protected bike lanes — on-street lanes that are physically separated from automobile traffic by curbs, planters, parked cars or posts — has meant big benefits for their companies.
The report combines this original reporting with an overview of the latest academic and technical research to find changes associated with four mega-trends.
Visit our Resource Page to view the report: http://idahowalkbike.org/resources/
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