Sunday, March 6, 2011

MD Bike Symposium connections

Back to February 22 in Annapolis, the MD Bike Symposium. Among the few dozen people who'd made the trek to MD's decision center, were us two bike coop enthusiasts, Kenniss Henry of Cheverly, and some people from College Park. The other bike coop enthusiast did go on to a planning meeting the next day to support biking space be made around Capitol Heights Metro Station, particularly from Watt's Branch trail to near his garage on East Capitol Street, Maryland Park Bicycles. A good success! Anyway, Prince Georges County had a strong presence in pieces. Energy focused on rte one through College Park, I soon found, is being collected on this interesting website:
A contributor of the blog connected me to another enthusiast of the blog who lives in Mt Rainier. Today we met and shared some time and words. We have an affinity for making the town scape one for biking, strolling, connecting and foraging.

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