*FCC FACEBOOK WEEKLY WRAP-UP* *(An anti-social media compendium for our non-Facebook members)*
*COMMENTS SOUGHT ON SOUTH UNIVERSITY PATH*Another opportunity to comment. This time for a bike/ped path along South University Avenue from the Parks Highway to Armistead Way to accommodate non-motorized access for East Ramp Airport facilities. Comments due by April 25.
*ELLIOTT HIGHWAY RESURFACING COMMENTS SOUGHT*Comments are due by April 25 on a DOT project to resurface the Elliott Highway from mileposts 18 to 29. This is a good time to remind DOT that cyclists use the road, too.
*BIKE TRAVEL WEEKEND COMING*Bike Travel Weekend is coming. Anyone interested in organizing a trip for others to come along? We don’t have anything on the map for Interior Alaska yet.
Shared from Adventure Cycling Association
Bike Travel Weekend is June 3-5. Not ready to lead your own overnight bicycle trip but want to join in the fun? Check out the rides that have already been planned. We have a map!
*FCC RIDES START*The first WOW ride of the year happened last night! The Ladies of Leisure and SCUM rides will start soon. The Tuesday Night Mountain Bike Rides will start in May. The Beaver Sports and Goldstream Sports rides are ongoing. Read about them all on our Rides page! www.fairbankscycleclub.org/rides/
*SOME OF THE BEST US BIKE TRAILS*Looking to do some traveling with your bike? Here are some great U.S. bike trails.
*ARCTIC TRIATHLON SERIES*For those cyclists interested in added variety, the Arctic Triathlon series offers three progressive triathlon races. If you’re curious but not ready to commit, the series needs volunteers, so you can get a front row seat. Check it out here: www.facebook.com/ArctictriathlonSeries/ arctic-triathlon-series.weebly.com/
*COMMENT ON FAST PUBLIC PLAN CLOSES FRIDAY*FAST is one of the big drivers of cycle/pedestrian infrastructure in the Fairbanks area. If you care about how the public can participate in the organization’s process, make sure to comment.
Shared from Fairbanks Area Surface Transportation Planning April 11 Our 45-day public comment period for the Draft Public Participation Plan is coming to a close on Friday. Take a look at the plan and get your comments in. Head to ow.ly/Ywsp50IFvLa to download the plan or swing by Noel Wien Library to check out a physical copy!
*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/