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BIKE THE FREEWAY!!
Date Sunday December 19
Time 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location Details
Jensen and Watts parking lot, northeast corner of Chestnut and Belmont in Fresno
Event Type Other
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Sunday, December 19
2 PM
BIKE THE FREEWAY!!
The Freeway 180 extension from Chestnut Ave. to Fowler has not yet succumbed to the noise, air pollution, and general mayhem of automobile traffic. Instead, it remains one of the biggest, quietest, safest, and cleanest bike lanes in the world! One hundred yards wide and two miles long of smooth pavement, quiet, and relatively clean air.

Join a fun-loving group of Yahoos, Critical Massers, Rabble Rousers, FCBC folks, clean air advocates, livable community activists and other despicable liberals, progressives, and n'er-do-wells for a leisurely ride and reconnaissance of Fresno's newest bike lane/freeway. We'll gather for a repast, refreshments, music, and bicycle video along the way--Dallas and Stephen are the rolling music/video techies and Chris will provide any needed bike repairs.

WHERE: Jensen and Watts parking lot, northeast corner of Chestnut and Belmont
WHEN: Sunday, December 19th at 2 pm, rain, snow, sleet, or shine.
WHAT TO BRING: Yourself, friends and family, food/snacks for a potluck, your favorite beverage
WHY: To ride on the world's biggest, quietest, safest, and cleanest bike lane, of course. Also, to dream of what could be if we allowed common sense, aesthetics, environmental integrity and community to guide the spending of our transportation tax dollars.
Added to the calendar on Saturday Dec 11th, 2004 9:20 PM
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