2013 National Bike Summit®
Bicycling Means Business
March 4-6, 2013 | Washington, D.C.
Thank you to the more than 750 attendees from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces who participated in the 2013 National Bike Summit!
At this year's Summit we heard from top leaders, like New York City Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan and U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray Lahood (pictured below); we explored how Bicycling Means Business in more than a dozen engaging workshops; and, of course, we took our message to Capitol Hill to tell our members of Congress about the benefits of bicycling.
We also revealed the new face of the League, and hosted the second annual National Women's Bicycling Forum.
See photos of the event on our Flickr page and click here to watch videos of the keynote and plenary talks on our YouTube channel. Scroll down to download the presentations from the break-out sessions and fill out your Congressional feedback forms.
See you next year!
New York City Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan and U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood, at the 2013 National Bike Summit. Photo by Brian Palmer
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Breakout Session Presentations
Bicycling Means Business: Getting the Facts Straight
Bringing Businesses on Board
Buliding Better Blocks: Action Speaking Louder than Words
Bringing Bikes and Business to our National Parks
Indianapolis: From Zero to Hero
Changing the Conversation: Bicycling Advocacy in Ontario
Making the Connection Between Recreation and Conservation
Discussion: Impressions of Bicycling, Bicyclists, and Bicycling Advocacy on Capitol Hill
Navigating MAP-21: Keeping the Money Flowing at the State and Local Level
League of American Bicyclists Rebranding: Where Will the Wheel Take You?
Tales from the State House
Bicycling Means Business: Helping Developers Meet the Triple Bottom Line
Social Media as an Advocacy Tool