Pedal America Newsletter


November 2012

Kick Start Season 2 into
HIGH GEAR               Want more of Pedal America? Ira David wants to shift Season Two into high gear so he can continue to give you more of what you want. 

“To begin broadcasting our second season by summer,” Ira David says, “we need to have at least one episode produced and submitted to American Public Television by February 1st. If we want to accomplish that goal for our viewers, we’re going to need some help. I can’t think of a better way of engaging more with our viewers than inviting them to be part of the producing team.”

Want to see your name listed on all Season Two episodes and be among the first to receive a Voler-Pedal America bike jersey? You can! To learn more, click here or visit our Kickstarter platform athttp://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pedalamerica/pedal-america 
Share this with friends and family, and then, as Ira David says, “Y’all get out there and Pedal America!”

 


Bicycle Hero Bids Farewell To Tampa

After spending years cementing a silver lining to make Tampa, Fla. more bicycle-friendly for commuters and tourists, Alan Snel’s out-spok’n advocacy efforts will be sorely missed by the Seminole Heights Bicycle Club and the Southwest Florida Bicycle Dealers association. At a bitter-sweet send-off after the Tampa Bicycle Bash on November 4th, members of the Florida Bicycle Association bid farewell to their local bike hero.

Kudos, Alan, for a job well done! Best of luck on your new endeavors in Las Vegas!

Do you have a local bike hero? We want to know! Tweet us or share your story atresident@pedalamerica.tv

Ira David and League of American Bicyclists president, Andy Clarke (center), sport a picture with Alan Snel (right) at a Florida Bicycle Association meeting on Monday, Nov. 5th, in Tampa Fla.

 

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