Events in 2016-05
The TD Five Boro Bike Tour Presented by REI offers 32,000 cyclists the opportunity to bike through all five boroughs – Manhattan, The Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island – on streets totally free of traffic. The event is co-produced by Bike New York and the New York City Department of Transportation. Proceeds from the TD Five Boro Bike Tour fund Bike New York’s free bike education classes; last year, we taught more than 15,000 New Yorkers how to ride safely and confidently. Plus, there’s no better way to experience the Big Apple than by bike.
Visit China Cycle and gain through knowledge of two-wheel industry across the world, meeting all innovative products for your business, especially for the booming Asia market. With China Cycle, you can: learn new trends of market and learn more about industry competition; attend concurrent events and find new possibilities lying ahead; meet key industry players and talk about new purchasing planning.
Bicycle Culture Institute, a 501(c)3 based in Los Angeles, sponsored by LACBC (Los Angeles Bicycle Coalition), has announced the second Los Angeles Bicycle Festival at a huge downtown LA venue with a unique vision for developing the enthusiast, recreational and transportation biking populations in Southern California.
The 2016 Amgen Tour of California, presented by AEG, will kick off this spring in the heart of San Diego for the first time in its 11-year history and conclude in Sacramento, the first time the state capital will host the overall race finish. Competing across nearly 800 miles of quintessential California terrain from May 15-22, the course will lead world champions, Olympic medalists, top Tour de France competitors and other elite professional cyclists south to north for only the second time since the race began in 2006, with 12 cities to host starts and finishes along the way.
With a multitude of both structured and unstructured opportunities for attendees to connect, the NSGA Management Conference & Team Dealer Summit is the place to enhance already-established relationships, while also developing new ones with fellow sporting goods industry leaders and potential business partners. Each year, leaders converge on the event to exchange the brightest ideas and best practices within the industry, while hearing from engaging thought leaders on topics that affect sporting goods businesses every day.
Tel: (800) 815-5422
The Youth Bike Summit is an annual three-day national conference bringing together educators, advocates, activists, students, teenagers, practitioners, researchers, policymakers and community leaders to engage around youth, bicycles, education and advocacy. We bring people together from different disciplines and backgrounds to network, learn and explore how the bicycle is a catalyst for positive social change. Participants are dedicated to showcasing and sharing the best practices, unique perspectives and insights they bring from their local communities to a national platform.