Chicago Cycling: What's Next?

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Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

For all you Chicagoans interested in bike planning in the city, head to the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum at 2430 North Cannon Drive (just north of the Lincoln Park Zoo) TONIGHT, June 21, for a panel discussion on the future of cycling in Chicago. Panelists will share how Chicago is becoming more bike-friendly, the impact of biking on the city and our environment, trends in urban transportation and ways in which biking connects people to Chicago╩╝s rich nature. Discussion leaders include:

Gabe Klein, Chicago Department of Transportation Commissioner
Danny Solis, 25th Ward Alderman and bicycle transportation advocate
Jeff Kidder, NIU professor and author of Urban Flow
John Greenfield, co-founder of Grid Chicago
Eboni Senai Hawkins, founder of the Chicago chapter of Red, Bike and Green
Steve Sullivan, Senior Curator of Urban Ecology at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
The panel will be moderated by Greg Borzo, author of Where to Bike Chicago: Best Biking in City and Suburbs

Following the panel, attendees can enjoy exclusive access to the Museum and it's new Bikes! The Green Revolution exhibit, which will stay open until 9pm.

Hope to see you there!

What: AON Lecture Series Panel: "Chicago Cycling: What's Next?"
When: June 21, 2012; reception beings at 5:30pm and discussion is from 6-7:30pm
Where: The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, 2430 North Cannon Drive, Chicago, IL 60614

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