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  • News from the North American International Auto Show


    According to Bill Ford, the Ford Motor Company’s executive chairman and the great-grandson of Henry Ford “the mobility model that we have today simply will not work tomorrow. Frankly, four billion clean cars on the road are still four billion cars, and a traffic jam with no emissions is still a traffic jam.”

    “The bigger issue is that global gridlock is going to stifle economic growth and our ability to deliver food and health care, particularly to people that live in city centres. And our quality of life is going to be severely compromised. The answer to more cars is not to have more roads.”


  • “Pedaling Route 66: A Father and Son Journey" presented by Christopher Briscoe


    When an Ashland photographer and his son rode their bikes from Santa Monica to Chicago in July, majestic beauty and quirky charaIMG_3705cters became regular features of their daily routine. You can join in their adventure when Christopher Briscoe shares his personal stories and remarkable photographs of this trip.

    Christopher Briscoe’s award-winning photography reveals stories in people’s faces. His work has appeared on Oprah, Larry King Live and Entertainment Tonight, as well as in The London Times, USA Today, People Magazine, Time Magazine and Paris Match.

    This Community Lecture takes place Wednesday, February 15, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at Camelot Theater, 101 Talent Avenue, in Talent. It is hosted by The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Southern Oregon University.

    The event is free but space is limited and reservations are required. For more information about the OLLI Community Lecture Series, call 541-552-6048 or visit:  inside.sou.edu/olli.

    Here is the registration link:  http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=n9frqxcab&oeidk=a07edpcxjra2221dca1

  • Siskiyou Velo Board meeting scheduled for Jan. 18, 2017

    The Board meeting previously scheduled for Jan. 4, 2017 has been rescheduled to Jan. 18. 2017 at Angelo’s Pizza in Phoenix. This is the first meeting of the new Board and Board officers will be elected and committee chairpersons appointed. Members are welcome to attend.

  • Rise to the Challenge - Cycle Year-round

    moscow_bike_ride_848x480_850252355764MOSCOW – For hundreds of Muscovites, the fact that the temperature had plunged to minus-27 Celsius (minus-17 F) was no reason to avoid going for a group bicycle ride.

    About 500 cyclists, many equipped with fur hats and other nonstandard gear, held a ride of about eight kilometres (five miles) along the Moscow River on Sunday as the capital shivered through a fierce cold snap. Sunday was the last of Russia’s winter holiday period that stretches from New Year’s through Orthodox Christmas.

    The roundtrip ride from a residential area to the Kremlin was the second annual iteration of a winter ride aimed at demonstrating that bicycles can be year-round transport. The popularity of cycling in Moscow has soared in recent years as city authorities improve paths for two-wheelers to navigate the notoriously traffic-choked city.

    Source: Global News

  • Ed/Advocacy/Membership Ad Hoc Committee Meeting

    A Committee meeting is scheduled for January 19 at 4:30 pm at the Growler Guys, Ashland. Contact Gary Shaff for more details.