Bikeable Communities! and Activate Omaha are hosting the 2008 Omaha Bike Summit, Saturday, October 18, from 8:15 am to 2:15 pm at the riverfront in downtown Omaha.
The event will take place at the National Park Service Building, 601 Riverfront Drive, and will feature speakers on pedestrian and cycling issues in the five county metropolitan Omaha area.
The $15 registration might get you lunch (not sure if the scheduled lunch is bring-your-own-brown-bag or provided) and a one year membership to Bikeable Communities!.
Come on out and show your support for transforming Omaha into a bikeable community.
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