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December 3, 2013by GailOn a beautiful fall day in 1997, my life was changed. I was competing in a mountain bike race when one of my pedals hit a log and I was thrown violently from my bike.I had broken my pelvis in three places. The physical pain was almost unbearable – but the emotional pain of the injuries was much worse. I was a single mother of two young girls, lying helpless in hospital bed with no health...
November 5, 2013by Liz MurphyThe League’s Board of Directors serves a critical role in guiding the organization to a sustainable and vibrant future. The Board is made up of both board-appointed and member-elected seats — and currently, there are five open seats and nine candidates for those member-elected spots. We need YOUR votes to determine who will join the board for the next three years.
October 17, 2013by ScottThere are important reasons for cycling groups to establish strong connections with their communities, no matter what their goal. Whether you're aiming for a Bicycle Friendly Community award, access to public roads for your century ride, better understanding of cyclists needs and behaviors, or more members, a community relations plan is key.
October 11, 2013by ScottA few months ago, the League added a choice of magazines that members can choose from when they join or renew. Members at the individual and family level can choose one of these magazines, while advocate and higher level members can choose all three.