Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Cyclists Celebrate (On Their Way To Work)


More than 800 bikers, including the Wood River Bicycle Coalition and Bellevue City officials celebrated the Wood River Valley Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 15. From left, Wood River Bicycle Coalition’s Eric Rector, City Council President Tammy Eaton, Councilman Larry Plott, City Administrator Tom Blanchard, Director of Public Works George Tanner and Wood River Bicycle Coalition’s Sean McLaughlin and Adrian Montgomery Wood stand with the valley’s new road sign, presented by the League of American Bicyclists. Two signs were given to the valley; one will be placed in Bellevue and the other north of Ketchum. Sun Valley and Hailey have purchased additional signs. Along the bike path, 12 booths sponsored by a variety of valley businesses provided aid and giveaways.
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