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DRBC is now listed on VolunteerMatch.org. This will give us more visibility to those searching for volunteer opportunities related to bicycling. Also, some companies have a “Dollars for Doers” program that gives employees the ability to have grant money donated to their favorite non-profit organization.
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It was another great Bike to Work Week in the Driftless Region this year. Community support and participation was up and it seemed that there were a lot more people out on their bikes than ever. With an expanded schedule this year, we worked managed tohold events in three communities and look forward to reaching out to even more next year! Read all about the great events that went on last week and find out who won the coveted Golden Helmet awards this year. Read More…
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Found Online is a collection of links to interesting articles and items we come across online. Most of these are also posted to our Facebook page throughout the month (be sure to like our page) as we find them and are put here about once a month.
Lifecycle – Aveiro bicicleta é vida um filme de miguel gonçalves mendes there is neither wrong nor right neither good nor evil there’s only what you choose to do life is about choice you choose the road and the destination but only in the end will you know where you are and how you got there a Read more
DRBC’s March Newsletter is finally here! In this issue:
- 2nd Annual Join the Cause Party at Pearl Street Brewery
- Complete Street updates (good news), video interviews and Action Alerts
- Another Bicycle Friendly Business in LAX
- More membership discounts from Smith’s Cycles & Fitness and River Rocks Coffee!
- and even more!
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Found Online is a collection of links to interesting articles and items we come across online. Most of these are also posted to our Facebook page (be sure to like our page) as we find them and are put here about once a month.
www.jsonline.com On a night when cycling would be nearly impossible, the Madison Common Council approved a deal with Trek’s B-Cycle to launch a bike sharing operation at its meeting Tuesday night.