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March 17, 2017

Fremont Neighborhood Council Invites Newbies To Public Presentation About Bike Commuting

Kirby Lindsay Laney
Face your fears and become a bike commuter!  Attend a free presentation at the Fremont Library on March 25th.  Photo by K. Lindsay Laney, May '11

Face your fears and become a bike commuter! Attend a free presentation at the Fremont Library on March 25th. Photo by K. Lindsay Laney, May ’11

Fremonsters can learn about how to turn your bike into a transportation tool rather than occasional entertainment.  Get information and advice about riding your bicycle for exercise and enjoyment, while beating traffic and saving money.

On Saturday, March 25th, at 11:30a, seasoned bike commuter Heather McAuliffe will answer questions and share insights into safe commuting in the cold, rain and traffic.  At the Seattle Public Library Fremont Branch, in the community conference room, attend this one-hour presentation on how you can get more out of your bicycle, while arriving at work / home more fit, with a fatter wallet.

This presentation is free, and open to everyone!  Find more details on it on the Fremont Neighborhood Council website, and Facebook page.

 


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