Pro Walk/Pro Bike 2006

September 5-8, 2006
Madison, Wisconsin
National Center for Bicycling and Walking
Bienniel Conference
http://www.bikewalk.org/conference/register.html

On September 5, 2006, hundreds of bicycle and pedestrian professionals,
advocates, public health practitioners, transportation professionals, and many
others will gather in Madison, Wisconsin, for the 14th biennial international
symposium on bicycling and walking, better known as Pro Walk/Pro Bike.
 

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