Miami Valley Cycling Summit: May 5, 2017

The Miami Valley Cycling Summit aims to use the power of cycling to drive economic development in communities both large and small throughout the region. This year’s theme is “Cycling Attracts.” Join us on May 5, 2017 at Wright State University.

The first 300 people registered receiving a free bike bell provided by Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Pedal Pals and those registering by April 21 will be guaranteed a free lunch.

Using the power of cycling to drive economic development in communities throughout the region will be the focus of the 2017 MVCS.

Local, regional and national experts will detail how cycling can benefit all communities through a day of speakers, vendors and networking with the theme of “Cycling Attracts.”

The free event offers a chance to further engage in the region’s bike agenda and learn about the past, present and future of cycling in the Miami Valley.

On-site registration will open beginning at 7:30 a.m. at the Wright State University Student Union.

Four educational tracks will be offered in morning and afternoon session.  The topics will focus on Economic Impact and Community Development; Health and Safety; Partnerships and Collaboration; as well as Policy and Funding.

The event’s keynote speaker will be Aparna Dial, Deputy Director, Department of Public Service for the City of Columbus, as well as leading the City of Columbus Smart City program.


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