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    July 2015
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  • July 1 Board Meeting

    The Board will meet at Grotto Pizza, 302 E. Main, Talent on July 1 at 6:30 pm. Members are welcome to attend. The agenda includes further discussion of the Club’s 2015 advocacy priorities. The agenda packet is available here.

  • Cascade-Siskiyou Scenic Bikeway - Designated

    A Club ride to acknowledge and celebrate the designation of the Lakes Loop by the State Parks and Recreation Commission as a State Scenic Bikeway is scheduled for Saturday, July 11 starting at 7:00 am at Garfield Park, Ashland. Contact ML Moore or Dennis Cramer for more information.

    The Ashland Chamber of Commerce, is also planning an inaugural celebration at 10 a.m. Friday, June 26, at Garfield Park on East Main Street in Ashland.

  • Getting it Right

    The Board expressed their support for the proposed addition of bike lanes in Downtown Ashland. The improvement is critical to creating an interconnected bicycle transportation system and ensuring that people riding bikes can get to and patronize the businesses located there. However, the improvement needs to ensure that cyclists are safer with the addition of bike lanes than they are now; without the bike lanes. The Club’s letter highlighted two locations where the addition of bike lanes may increase the potential for collisions rather than reduce them.

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  • Greenway Closed Monday 6/8


    The Bear Creek Greenway is closed between Barnett and the US Cellular Sports Park after a Sunday night crash of a semi off I-5, over a guardrail, through a fence, across the Greenway and into a field. Tow trucks are blocking the Greenway and unloading the trailer.

  • Cycling in the HEAT

    Summer has arrived and with it the challenge of staying hydrated. But the fact is few few cyclists drink enough water. The rough “rule of thumb” is to drink a liter (i.e. a full water bottle) of water per hour of cycling. You may need more; everyone sweats at a different rate.

    It is important to know the signs of dehydration for yourself and other cyclists.

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