*FCC FACEBOOK WEEKLY WRAP-UP* *(An anti-social media compendium for our non-Facebook members)*
*2021 FCC ANNUAL MEETING*The Fairbanks Cycle Club will be holding its 2021 Annual meeting on October 13 at 5:30pm. This will be a Zoom meeting. All members or prospective members are invited to attend.
More information here: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/2021/10/fcc-2021-annual-meeting/
*FUNKY NEW FOLDING BIKE*Something to make you giggle – the Kwiggle!
Shared from Adventure Cycling Association
A mad scientist from Germany reinvents the bicycle.
*BIKE ADVENTURE VIDEO GAME*Here’s something a little off the wall. A video game where a woman from a cloistered village is charged with riding a bike around the world to document plants, animals, and cultures, before they disappear. Interesting, but the real thing is still better.
*YOUR CHANCE TO COMMENT ON BIKES AND LOCAL ROADS*Here’s your chance to express your ideas about local roads and biking. Take the survey and take a look at the comment map. Let’s make sure the biking perspective is heard. You’ve got until October 15.
Shared from Fairbanks North Star Borough Community Planning September 26 at 11:27 AM
Help create safer and better-connected roads in the Fairbanks North Star Borough! The Fairbanks North Star Borough is updating the FNSB Comprehensive Roads Plan to better meet the needs of our changing community.
We need to hear from the community and have extended our survey and interactive comment map deadline through October 15th.
Take a 10-minute survey to tell us what you want out of a new roads plan: www.surveymonkey.com/r/FNSBRoadsPlan.
Use our interactive comment map to tell us where you see access or connectivity issues or opportunities: www.mapfeeder.net/comment/index.php?city=Fairbanks.
Visit the project website to learn more: fnsbroadsplan.com/.
*FCC RESOURCES*We’ve got lots of useful stuff on our website, including a bunch of information under our Resources dropdown menu: –National and International Cycling Advocacy Groups –Tanana Valley State Forest Roads –Winter Riding Tips –Maps Archive
See those and more under Resources at: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/