We are a bicycle club in Fairbanks, Alaska. We hold numerous rides and races
throughout the year -- under the midnight sun in summer, and under the northern
lights in winter. Fairbanks is rich with trails suitable for year-round
mountain biking, and though many of our roads are hilly and rough-surfaced,
we still enjoy our races and group road rides.
All activities offered by the club (like the bike swap, group rides, bike races and such) are organized by volunteers. Even our board members are volunteers. So, this is where we remind you to contact a board member or event organizer and see how you can help out. It works when everybody does their part.
For a complete listing of events, view our calendar. (updated 4/7/2014)
Date: Tue 30, Aug 2016
Subject: Multiple uses of rural roads survey
From the Fairbanks Metropolitan Area Transportation System:
UAF has been involved in developing a Pacific Northwest Transportation Survey to better understand safety issues and concerns on rural roads and facilities that accommodate more than one type of transportation such as bikes, pedestrians, ATV's, snowmachines, and dogsleds.
They are looking to obtain input from users on their typical travel behavior and safety concerns when interacting with others using different forms of travel means. This input will help transportation professionals develop a better understanding of travel and infrastructure needs in the Alaska.
Please take the survey below and you will be entered to win one of twenty $25 Amazon gift cards.
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