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The 2017 Southeast Biking Symposium!

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Forging Pathways: The 2017 Southeast Biking Symposium Hilton Head Island

Tourism – Economic Development – Safety

Coming together to showcase the Southeast as a leader in biking and cycling tourism and exchange ideas on the future of bike-friendly communities.

When:  March 23rd – 25th, 2017

Where:  The Beach House, Hilton Head Island

What: for registration and more information.  In 2017, Hilton Head Island, the only Gold-Level Bike Friendly Community in the Southeast, will host a unique conference experience, bringing together thought-leaders, change-makers and community stakeholders throughout the Southeast in the interest of realizing our region’s bicycling tourism potential, impact on economic development and interest in safety. More than a series of seminars, this exchange of ideas will give participants the chance to build on our region’s rich bicycling tradition together, whether it be for active cyclists, seasoned riders or recreational biking. Symposium attendees will participate in, and take home, current and emerging trends for real-world implementation.

Interested in sponsoring? Contact Heather Rath

3 Responses to The 2017 Southeast Biking Symposium!

  1. Jeff March 30, 2017 at 3:39 pm #

    i have vacationed every other year in HHI for the last 30 yrs. And 1 thing that is becoming less and less attractive about the island is that fact that people driving too fast is really disgusting. The rush of cars speeding really distracts from the “island feel”. HHI officials should make it mandatory that all speed on the entire island be no more than 30mph on main roads and less on side streets. It’s really starting not to feel like an island at all. HHI feels just like you in an ordinary city.

  2. Jeff March 30, 2017 at 3:42 pm #

    Me again. Sorry i missed this symposium. I’m actually coming to HHI this week. Question…. can i bring my road bike and get in a good ride on the island without fearing for my life????

  3. Amy Johnson Ely March 30, 2017 at 3:48 pm #

    Hi Jeff! The pathways on HHI provide some great, low stress places to ride without interference from cars. Check out their website and you can also find on the road rides with their online maps. Good luck.

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