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  • commented 2017-05-24 04:08:46 -0500
    Hi,


    I run this blog http://www.madisonbikes.org/guest_post_biking_in_middleton_turning_something_bad_into_good . I am interested to contribute on your blog as a guest. is there any ways?


    Thanks,

    Andrew Linder
  • commented 2017-01-30 09:18:35 -0600
    1-30-17

    Hello ;

    madisonbikes

    I can volunteer some time

    to distribute madisonbike literature

    for public events notice

    promoting madisonbikes

    can travel metropolitan madison

    posters , flyers place cards , e mails

    previously have posted flyers

    and distributed literature

    good exercise riding my bike

    also .

    thanks.
  • commented 2016-11-15 18:56:58 -0600
    Hello! I was fortunate that Heather (board member) introduce herself to me on this morning’s bus ride (route 71) as I was discussing with the bus driver about permission to bring my folding bike onboard. This particular morning route that I pick up at University and Parks at 6:26 am, there are two individuals that catch the same bus that always have their bikes with them. Since the bike rack only holds two bike, I am unable to ever bring and place my bike on the rack. Since I invested in a folding bike, I was hoping to be able to bring on board since there are only a max of 10 people on this route at this time. The bus driver phoned in my inquiry this morning and got a response from the main office that I would NOT be able to bring my folded bike onboard. I have sent an email this evening to Metro Transit requesting permission for this particular route/time.


    I would like to see an exclusion policy that would permit folding bicycles on bus if rack is full and there is room. Currently, I’ve seen walkers, strollers, luggages, portable shopping carts, etc… permitted on bus. Why not a folding bicycle?


    Please help me on this mission! And would you believe that I ran into Heather again tonight on the ride home?


    Thanks,

    Natalie
  • commented 2016-08-08 21:33:51 -0500
    Dear Harald,

    Arbco’s Bike Registration Fair is a go for this Saturday. I have pasted the ad below, but if you send me an email address I can send a better looking copy.

    Janet

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    Please join us!

    Bicycle Registration Fair

    Special guest: John Rider, Madison’s Bicycle Registration Coordinator

    Saturday August 13th 10 AM

    Arboretum Cohousing – Back Patio (indoors if rain)

    1137 Erin ST


    4 YEAR REGISTRATION JUST $10! (cash or check)

    Multiple bikes discount. Bring the whole family!


    Bring your bike

    ~ or ~

    Bring the manufacturer’s name, model, frame and wheel size, serial number, frame and wheel type, number of speeds, and color (wouldn’t it be nice to have help with this?)


    Registered bikes are easier to find if they are lost, stolen, misplaced or abandoned.

    cityofmadison.com/bikemadison/documents/BikeRegMailIn.pdf
  • commented 2016-06-10 21:34:19 -0500
    Is there an organized Ride for Silence in honor of the Kalamazoo crash victims? I lived in Kalamazoo for many years and am still connected closely with the bike community there.
  • commented 2016-05-23 18:18:30 -0500
    is there a link to post on G+

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