Archive for March, 2012

Save $7 on your race entry for the Runner’s Ball 5k!!
Just use the code GEAUXRUN!!

Join all of your running buddies for a great time!
Run, eat, drink, and hang around after to listen to
That’s about as good as it gets, folks!
All those family members who think you
are crazy for running can buy tickets to the ball
at the door for $5.
Come out and celebrate with us!!
Save $7 on your race entry for the Runner’s Ball 5k!!
Just use the code GEAUXRUN!!

Join all of your running buddies for a great time!
Run, eat, drink, and hang around after to listen to
That’s about as good as it gets, folks!
All those family members who think you
are crazy for running can buy tickets to the ball
at the door for $5.
Come out and celebrate with us!!

The National Bike Summit was held this year in DC. Activists lobbied, discussed and brought the voice of cycling to the US House and Senate. US Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood rallied the cyclists in attendance and urged them to ride on Capitol Hill. The current transportation bill expires on March 31st. A new bill must be passed or the current bill must be extended. It’s argued that the current bill provides weak funds for cycling and walking infrastructure. Due to the attendance of cyclists and the hard work and timing of the National Bike Summit, changes may ensue for higher funding of cycling friendly transportation infrastructure.

Opening with the first Women Cycling Forum on Tuesday, March 20, the event ended on Friday the 23rd with a National Summit Bike Ride on Capitol Hill. The National Bike Summit Program is located here and a link to what the US Secretary of Transportation spoke on is here at BikeBiz.

The National Bike Summit was held this year in DC. Activists lobbied, discussed and brought the voice of cycling to the US House and Senate. US Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood rallied the cyclists in attendance and urged them to ride on Capitol Hill. The current transportation bill expires on March 31st. A new bill must be passed or the current bill must be extended. It’s argued that the current bill provides weak funds for cycling and walking infrastructure. Due to the attendance of cyclists and the hard work and timing of the National Bike Summit, changes may ensue for higher funding of cycling friendly transportation infrastructure.

Opening with the first Women Cycling Forum on Tuesday, March 20, the event ended on Friday the 23rd with a National Summit Bike Ride on Capitol Hill. The National Bike Summit Program is located here and a link to what the US Secretary of Transportation spoke on is here at BikeBiz.


Smitty Smith and Mark Miller participated in this race, (for the first time), and took 1st place in the 2-man team division! Congrats on a great performance guys!!!

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Smitty Smith and Mark Miller participated in this race, (for the first time), and took 1st place in the 2-man team division! Congrats on a great performance guys!!!

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