[TheThinkTank] Regional Bike!Bike! LCI training
lucyroberts at lclark.edu
Sun Oct 19 09:23:03 PDT 2014
I would be super excited about that!
On Oct 17, 2014 11:59 AM, "Clint Watson" <clint at boisebicycleproject.org>
> Hi All,
> In the process of planning our regional/mini Bike!Bike! in Boise, we had
> an idea we'd like to put out and see if there's interest. In addition to
> the conference, we're considering leading an LCI Training session
> <http://bikeleague.org/content/become-instructor> for any attendees who
> would like to get certified.
> What this would entail/require: LCI candidates would have to
> 1) attend a Traffic Skills 101 class at home (Start your search here
> <http://bikeleague.org/bfa/search/map?bfaq=>--might need to do a little
> digging in your community) and bring your completion certificate.
> 2) stay in Boise 3 days after the conference (we provide housing)
> 3) pay $300 registration fee
> Both the "regional" conference and the LCI training would be open
> invitation to anyone in the bike!bike! community (though the LCI status
> only applies to U.S. residents.)
> How many here might be interested? I'm asking because we'd have to start
> the process soon, to schedule a trainer and get the League on board. I'm
> happy to answer any questions for anyone who's unsure what LCI status
> entails or whether it's worth it. I'd say, in my experience, it's
> definitely worth having.
> Clint Watson
> Volunteer/Programs Coordinator
> Boise Bicycle Project
> 1027 Lusk St
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