TN Bike Summit updates! Location change, Volunteers wanted, discount codes!

The Summit is just 2 weeks away! We have a couple important updates, asks, and goodies to share with you.

Location change (don’t worry, it's close!)

Due to an HVAC issue at the Historic Cossitt Library, the 2017 TN Bike Summit will be moved to the Mud Island River Park, just across the harbor from the Cossitt Library. No need to change any accommodations or plans!


NEW ADDRESS* 
Mud Island River Park
Memphis, TN
Map Link (*use "Mud Island River Park"; street address alone may not be accurate.)

Mud Island River Park Map

Rest assured, there will signs to guide you and ample free parking for vehicles and bikes.

We are grateful to the Riverfront Development Corp. and the City of Memphis for providing this beautiful meeting space. [And thank you, powers that be, we found out soon enough to secure a new air conditioned venue in time!]

Please direct any questions to Anthony Siracusa - anthony@bikewalktn.org

Volunteers Needed!

Want to attend the 2017 Tennessee Bike Summit free? Come volunteer with us! We're especially looking for volunteers for the day of, May 19. Message us or email bridget@bikewalktn.org, if you're interested! 

Tune in Friday, May 5 for Facebook Live!

Get a virtual sneak peek and tour of the new location, with our President, Anthony Siracusa! Make sure you’re following Bike Walk Tennessee on Facebook and subscribed to updates [look for "Following" at top of page, "See first"]. We’ll be sharing out his live broadcast Friday, May 5 at 3pm CDT and feel free to send in any questions!



Facebook.com/BikeWalkTN

Use Discount Codes through Friday, May 5

If you received a discount code as a Memphis local or planning professional (we are AICP approved!), register by Friday, May 5 to redeem! Message us on Twitter or Facebook, or email at tnbikesummit@bikewalktn.org, if you need us to resend. 

You can also use BIKEWALK10 for $10 off!

Mobile Workshop Signup

Reminder, we have a new mobile workshop! Dane Forlines from the Memphis Medical District Collaborative will be guiding us through “The Memphis Medical District Playbook: Moving From Tactical to LEAN to Humanize Streets.” Limited space available!


Email tnbikesummit@bikewalktn.org with subject “Mobile Workshop RSVP: <name> to reserve your bike.

Map out your day, register, and check out the full schedule here


Look forward to seeing you soon!