Jeff Mapes, author of Pedaling Revolution, comes to Long Beach

Three speaking engagements
for Jeff Mapes on Nov. 19. All are open to the public without charge.
 

Professional
Focus

When:12-1:30pm

Where:Studio 111

         111
West Ocean Blvd., 20th Floor

Bring
your own brown bag lunch and enjoy an overview from a professional, practitioner
perspective of cycling in American cities
and
how Long Beach is measuring up to its goal of becoming the best bike city
in America.

Academic
Focus 

When:2:30-3:30pm

Where:Cal.
State Univ. Long Beach          

          University
Bookstore

Mr.
Mapes will present an overview then lead a lively discussion of social/political
change in America and how cyclists are actively engaged in reshaping American
cities.        

Community
Focus

When:6:00-8:00pm

Where: Long
Beach Museum of Art

           2300
East Ocean Blvd.

 Mr.
Mapes will address key findings of his research related to cycling in America,
forecast upcoming innovations, and report on political/economic trends
that support cycling as a viable, attractive transportation option.


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