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AlaBike 2016 Annual General Membership Meeting
The AlaBike 2016 Annual General Membership and Board of Directors Meeting will be held Sunday December 4th at 12 noon at Seasons52 at The Summit, Birmingham (245 Summit Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35243). We are looking for new AlaBike members and board members. Those interested are welcome to attend. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Food and drinks will be available for purchase from the regular lunch menu.
Per AlaBike Bylaws (review on the alabike.org website) we will have our annual General Membership meeting to discuss AlaBike’s mission for 2017, to share ideas, and find new direction and purpose. Following the General Membership meeting will be a Board meeting to accept new Board of Directors (BoD) members, where the BOD elect new officers and board members. At that time and any time up till the meeting please send nominations for the BoD to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the blog fromRuss and Laura's “The Path Less Pedaled”
“Russ and Laura are passionate advocates for the power of cycling to transform communities and destinations.”
– Holly Macfee, Vice President, Global Brand Strategy, Travel Oregon
The Alabama Backroads Century Series
The 2016 schedule includes 13 well-established rides across our beautiful state of Alabama, ranging from our southernmost TRISTATES 100 to the more northern corners with Huntsville’s ALL YOU CAN EAT CENTURY and our Florence WC HANDY 100…each route including the beautiful scenery that area has to offer.Get info here!
Wouldn’t you like to have a few for your cycling event?
AlaBike has a set of six “roll-up” signs that conveniently pack and can be transported and set-up anywhere.
The stands fold up and are easily deployed where ever you need them. They are virtually wind-proof.
The signs are bright, reflective, and 36” on a side or 51” across!
These signs will improve the safety of your cycling event.