Thursday, September 16, 2010

Bicycle Friendly Communities Announced

Nice to see Mississippi has two cities mentioned, Alabama no way last, last, last......In 20 years though:) It will be too late

The League announced 18 new Bicycle Friendly Communities(BFC) and eight renewing BFCs at the Pro Walk/Pro Bike Conference yesterday, September 15. See the complete list of BFCs here.
“The most exciting thing about this round of awards was seeing communities that had implemented past feedback, improved their communities, and achieved a Bicycle Friendly Community designation,” said Andy Clarke, League president.
The third time was the charm for the Charm City, Baltimore, Md. and Knoxville, Tenn. Both received the bronze designation after previously receiving the Honorable Mention the past two times they applied. Other communities climbing the BFC ranks this round include Bloomington, Ind. and Carrboro, N.C., all of which moved from Bronze to Silver designations. Denver, Colo. is another thrilling success story – they rejoined the ranks of silver communities after having been downgraded to bronze for the past five years.
To learn more about becoming a BFC, click here.
The Bicycle Friendly CommunityBicycle Friendly StateBicycle Friendly Business and Bicycle Friendly University programs are generously supported by program partners Bikes Belong and Trek Bicycle’s One World, Two Wheels Campaign. To learn more about building a Bicycle Friendly America, visitwww.bikeleague.org.

1 comments:

montesanosayno said...

Huntspatch is copying Auburn's success. Therefore, Auburn is a success model top be copied. They failed to include Auburn's successes therefore Huntsville didn't make the list.