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NAHBS and Outspoken podcast plan cyclists safety symposium

Published October 5, 2018

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The North American Handmade Show & The Outspoken Cyclist Podcast are joining together to deliver a powerful, positive, and important symposium on "Safety for Cyclists".

The one-day conference will take place on Friday, March 15, 2019 in Sacramento at the 2019 North American Handmade Show. Stakeholders include bicycle and component manufacturers, The Institute for Highway Safety, The Police Mountain Bike Association, Bike Law, Advocacy organizations, prosecutors, city planners, and more.

The mission of the symposium is to identify and begin to resolve the issues that result in the injury and deaths of cyclists on the road, inform and educate police, law enforcement and the public at large, and explore ways in which planners look at transportation as it pertains to cyclists and pedestrians. To that end, we are seeking industry support in the form of sponsorship to offset costs of speakers and expenses, breakfast and lunch, collateral, and monitoring and recording of the individual sessions.

For more information, please contact Diane Jenks, host and producer of The Outspoken Cyclist Podcast at or call (216) 310-4482.

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