The 2015 California Bicycle Summit will take place Sunday, October 25th through Wednesday, October 28th in San Diego
Join the local team at the conference – Shasta Living Streets and Chico Velo have formed a local delegation of individuals to attend the summit and build synergy by learning and networking together.
SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE. Healthy Shasta will provide one scholarship for a Shasta County resident to attend the 2015 California Bicycle Summit
- The deadline to apply for a Professional Development Scholarship through Healthy Shasta is Tuesday, September 8, 2015, at 5 pm.
- Info on how to apply: 2015 Scholarship Bike Summit Application
- Contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this scholarship opportunity.
What is the California Bicycle Summit?
The California Bicycle Summit is hosted by the California Bicycle Coalition and includes three days of interactive panels, inspiring presentations, bike tours, sessions to share best practices and build skills, and networking – all oriented toward creating healthier, safer, and more prosperous communities.
Note: Shasta Living Streets and our members are one of 16 partner affiliates of the California Bicycle Coalition, representing regions across the state.
Details are at California Bicycle Summit 2015
Equity is the theme of this year’s Summit. Tracks include:
- Open Streets —how to create or improve Open Streets events.
- Building Better Bikeways — latest and best practice in (re-)designing streets and paths to create networks of low-stress bikeways connecting destinations, sponsored by Alta Planning + Design.
- Movement Building — learn from the best among California’s bicycle advocates how to strengthen your voice for more bicycle-friendly communities.
- Prosperity — biking is good business, and good for the economy.
- Education — best practices in educating drivers and bicyclists about safe sharing of the roads.
- Enforcement — what role does enforcement play in promoting safer bicycling?
- Communications — using new and traditional media to reach all Californians effectively.