Nov. 17-22, 2014. 6 cities in 6 days. The 2014 South Carolina Rolling Bike Summit is coming to a city near you! Greenville (Nov. 17), Spartanburg (Nov. 18), Columbia (Nov. 19), Aiken (Nov. 20), Bluffton/HHI (Nov. 21), Charleston (Nov. 22). Bike Summit social events open to the general public 6:30pm – 9:30pm in each city. […]
Anything related to how we learn to ride in the road. Think bike safety classes, how our media informs us about the laws, how people learn from each other how to ride, and how group rides inform us by example.
Last month, on request from the South Carolina Safe Routes to School regional coordinators, we trained 4 of their staff in the use of PCC’s bike safety education curriculum for schools. Through the generous sponsorship of Bikelaw, we developed two curriculums for our Safe Streets Save Lives bike safety education program. The 1st curriculum – […]
I attended one Town Hall and a few speaking events in the past few months, all in response to H.4923, the “bike liability bill” proposed by Representative Nanney in March 2013. This bill died and we’re better for it. However, Wendy Nanney and all of her constituents are our neighbors and we need to remember […]
This year’s National Bike Summit was fascinating. It began with a long series of sessions presented by experts from around the country, and it ended with an enthusiastic speech from our own Mayor Riley of Charleston. We also presented some of our own internal successes. Each state sort of competes against others, but more often […]