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Community Outreach Workshops and Stakeholder Meetings


When: March 15-April 2, 5:30pm-6:30pm

Where: Online by Zoom invitation from CalBike



Photo Credit Ray Prevost




The Interregional Bicycle Tourism Study has identified five showcase areas in the Central Valley, the Motherlode, and the Sierra on which to focus.


You can read about the proposed Showcase Areas at:


https://www.bikevalleytosierra.com/post/interregional-bicycle-tourism-study-update


We want to learn as much as we can about these five showcase bike areas so that our proposals reflect the needs of bicyclists and lead to real change.


Better bicycling conditions will improve our local economy and provide a healthy resource for residents and visitors alike. We need your help to make that happen.


We are looking for community stakeholders to invite to our Cycling Tourism Workshop and Stakeholder Meetings. The stakeholders are recreational cyclists, business owners who want to encourage cycling tourism, civic leaders, or government officials. If you know someone we ought to invite to our workshops, please send me their contact information. And please, forward this email to others. And by all means, let me know if you are interested in participating in a workshop!


Five county specific workshops are planned March 15- April 2, 5:30pm-6:30pm by CalBike Zoom Invitation.


Agenda items for the upcoming Cycling Tourism Workshop and Stakeholders Meetings are to:


  • Identify Priority Routes: Share the proposed routes and seek suggestions

  • Identify Priority Improvements: Seek input on which potential improvements are highest priorities.

  • Identify Bicycle Tourism Regional Assets: Gather input from the community and other stakeholders about recreational, historical, culinary, and other attractions that would be useful in promoting the region to bicyclists.


In advance, thank you for your help,


Rob Williams

CalBike Outreach Manager

rob@calbike.org




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A project of the Tuolumne County Transportation Council in collaboration with the California Bicycle Coalition Education Fund, the San Joaquin Council of Governments, the Stanislaus Council of Governments, the Calaveras Council of Governments, and Alpine County. Funded by Caltrans with SB-1 funds.