Note: Registration for the bike summit has ended as we have reached our limit. Attendees will be sent an email later this week with more details on the event. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, email us.
We hope you were able to register for Louisville's second Bike Summit, brought to you by Humana and the Humana Foundation, the Louisville Bicycle Club, and Bike Louisville.
Louisville has made great progress since the first Bike Summit in 2005.
- 40 miles of striped bike lanes
- More than 10,000 riders participating in the Mayor’s Memorial Day and Labor Day community rides
- Adoption of a Complete Streets Policy
- Cyclist and motorist education
- And a bronze-level Bicycle-Friendly designation by the League of American Bicyclists
Our progress led the U.S. Conference of Mayors to designate Louisville as the Most Livable Large City in America and Outside Magazine to list it as one of the Best Towns of 2008. Bicycling Magazine also named Louisville as one of the Top 3 Most Improved Cities for cycling, along with Washington D.C and New York City.
Our Bike Summit II will be held on Thursday, February 12, 2009, at the Salvation Army Male Campus (Old Male High School). This all-day, grassroots event will allow attendees to hear plans for the future, and to learn from national bicycling experts. Come to this great event and let your voice be heard!
The Executive Director of the League of American Bicyclists, Andy Clarke, will be here, along with Dan Burden, a national expert on building bicycle networks. Registration ended on February 2 because we reached our limit. We hope you were able to register!
The Bike Louisville Team