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Save Red Rock Releases Official Documents on Clark County Preemptive Lawsuit

Posted on Dec 14, 2016 in Bicycle Advocacy, Cycling and Government, Nevada Newsworthy, Newsworthy | 0 comments

Save Red Rock released the official documents outlining the preemptive lawsuit by Clark County, Nevada (plaintiff). It’s a long...

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Save Red Rock Posts Note on their Facebook Page Their Voice is Being Threatened by Clark County Lawsuit

Posted on Dec 13, 2016 in Bicycle Advocacy, Cycling and Government, Nevada Newsworthy, Newsworthy | 0 comments

While browsing the social media networks today, I came across the Save Red Rock’s page and note that quite literally gave me chills...

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SR-28 Shared Use Path from Incline Village to Sand Harbor – Tahoe Area

Posted on Oct 22, 2016 in Bicycle Infrastructure, Nevada Newsworthy, Newsworthy | 0 comments

Oh my goodness…  That’s all I could say when I was viewing the simulation video of the SR-28 shared use path that is underway...

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City of Henderson wins a USDOT 2016 Mayors Challenge Award!

Posted on Sep 29, 2016 in Bicycle Infrastructure, Nevada Newsworthy, Newsworthy | 1 comment

Congratulations to the City of Henderson!!  Recipients of a US Department of Transportation Mayors Challenge Award for the DESIGN RIGHT...

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Las Vegas is about to unveil it’s Downtown Bike Share Program!

Posted on Sep 12, 2016 in Bicycle Infrastructure, Nevada Newsworthy, Newsworthy | 3 comments

Are you ready for Las Vegas to launch its new bike share program downtown? If you answered that question with a YES! You are about to get...

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Shout Out to Connor Fields, BMX Racer and Las Vegas Local Wins Gold at Rio 2016 Olympics

Posted on Aug 20, 2016 in Nevada Newsworthy, Race & Training | 0 comments

We have to give a shout out to our local Las Vegas BMX Racer, Connor Fields!  He won the Gold medal in BMX Racing at the Rio 2016 Summer...

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