Another successful Winter Bike Week is over! Did you have the opportunity to stop at any of the commuter stations, the social rides, or at the celebration at Nutty Bar on Friday? Sadly, even though of course I was biking to work all week, my schedule was so busy that I could only make it to two of the many events. But I've seen the pictures and read reports from others, all saying that. Here are some impressions from last week (thanks to Peter Gray, Linda Larsen, Kevin Hayes-Birchler, and our board members for the pictures):
If you can't see the images in your email, please open the post on our website.
Thanks go out out to the Madison Bikes board members and volunteers, our many community and business partners who stepped up and partnered with us to make the second Madison Winter Bike Week another success!
Bandung's Nutty Bar
Canteen Taqueria & Tequila Bar
Clean Lakes Alliance
Liv Cycling/Fitchburg Cycles
Madison Bike Winter
Monday Night MEAThead Ride
Orange Tree Imports
Rockhound Brewing Co
The Cargo Bike Shop
Underground Food Collective
UW Bicycle Resource Center
We'll be back next year -- let us know if you want to partner with us for Winter Bike Week or any of our other events.
On Monday, the Madison Bikes Events Committee meets at Barriques on Atwood. If you'd like to get involved with our events, just stop by!
On Tuesday, please come to the Winnebago Street public input meeting. As Grant has outlined in his post, the choice is to either keep things as they are, or to create a Winnebago Street that works for everyone. Tuesday, 2/13, 6-8 pm at the Goodman Community Center.
On Saturday, Madison Bikes board member Baltazar is hosting another Tour de la Familia Latina. Meet at Olin Park at 1 pm.
And on Sunday, the Madison Bikes board will have its annual strategic planning session to identify our priorities for the coming year and beyond.