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DRAFT Meetups Announce Fall Networking Events, DRAFT LA Set for October 26th

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PeopleForBikes’ DRAFT Meetups Expand with New Locations and Look PeopleForBikes has announced that its popular DRAFT Meetup series has organized its most ambitious season since the program’s nationwide expansion in 2016. From time-tested communities like Park City, Utah to first-time hosts like Raleigh, North Carolina, 10 cities will organize meetups throughout the fall of 2017. …

The latest stop in PeopleForBikes nationwide meetup and networking series DRAFT comes to in Los Angeles on July 20 at Pure Cycles. DRAFT:LA aims to connect Los Angeles entrepreneurs, ideas and people in the world of bike business and beyond. DRAFT: LA has lined up the following speakers:  Chris Demarchi, Race Across America / WorkingNation — Chris Demarchi, of Team Working Nation, …

Tomorrow, people across the nation will have the opportunity to VoteForBikes. Communities are considering new investments for better bike riding, and ballot measures from coast to coast which could mean billions of dollars for new bike infrastructures. In California, there are many transportation ballot measures that would provide dedicated bike funding to invest in transportation …

When you cast your ballot this November, make sure to VoteForBike. Bicycle advocate PeopleForBikes has shared that, “Billions of dollars for bikes will be available this November through city and county bond measures that will fund transportation projects. Our objective is to help pass these measures by encouraging people to VoteForBikes.” In California, there are …

Colorado-born idea brings bike business meetups to new cities PeopleForBikes is launching a nationwide series of bike industry/community networking events. DRAFT: A PeopleForBikes Meetup will debut in Los Angeles on October 18 at Pure Cycles (713 N Victory Blvd.) at 6:30 p.m. Register for the free DRAFT: LA event on Eventbrite to secure a spot! …

National bicycling organization PeopleForBikes is doing some research into what bike-encouragement events work and why. They are working to create an “idea book” for advocacy groups, riding clubs, government agencies and anyone else who might want to get more people rolling on two wheels. Most people who have ever started biking for any reason know …