Volume 36, No. 1 January, 2008 What's Inside? Program Guide for 2008 Classifieds ..........................Page 8 With 2007 behind us, planning is well underway for a host of great programs at Contact Us .........................Page 2 monthly meetings throughout 2008. We’re hopeful that we’ve selected some program topics that will appeal to a broad range of cycling interests and we’d love to see you at Minutes ..............................Page 6 our monthly gatherings. Brief descriptions follow of what’s on tap for ‘08. And if Rides: there are other topics you’d like to see as future programs or if you’d like to assist in Club.................................Page 5 planning club programs give our program chairman, Mike Schooling, a shout at Weekly ............................Page 4 MSchooling@sbcglobal.net or 749-3298. Treas Reports ....................Page 7 January - Event Rides – RAGBRAI and beyond! Upcoming Events...............Page 3 We’ll be joined by a group of Bartlesville Pedalers who partici- pated in RAGBRAI in 2007. They’ve got a great, photo-filled presentation sure to interest all who’ve wondered what the “truth” is about RAGBRAI. And, if time permits, we have a January General Meeting video presentation from the 2006 edition of the event. RAG- BRAI is the grand-daddy of cross-state event rides. If you’ve Thursday, January 3rd, 7 pm ever thought you might like to try it, this is your chance to find Martin East Regional Library out what it’s all about. 23rd & Garnett February - Enjoying Group And Event Rider Safely Program: RAGBRAI and Beyond Group riding involves skills and considerations with which many cyclists new to club or event rides are unfamiliar. In this pro- gram, club members will share information from their experience January E-Board Meeting and from a new League of American Bicyclists Group Riding curriculum developed in cooperation with the Multiple Sclerosis Thursday, January 31st, 7 pm Society for use in educating MS150 riders. There are tools and John & Judy Ross’ techniques here for newbies and experienced riders alike. Learn what’s expected of you and what you should expect of others 634 South 282nd East Ave when you’re riding in a group. 266-7809 March - Touring, Abroad & At Home - Denmark Journal and the Adventure Cy- email@example.com cling Association While the cold winter winds blow in Oklahoma, enjoy a warm respite on a cycling vacation to Denmark with a group of our own local cyclists. In August of 2007 a Please Note! group of Tulsa Bicycle Club members traveled to Den- The deadline for receipt of items and articles mark for a week of cycling in Denmark. Janice to be included in the Link is the seventh (7th) Whittaker and the rest of the troop will regale us with of the preceding month. tails and photos from their trip. Additionally they’ll be This allows time for layout, printing, and sharing information regarding what it takes to plan and mailing, while still getting the Link to you in execute a bicycle tour far from home. You have a bike a timely manner. (Continued on page 6) The Link Page 2 January, 2008 Tulsa Bicycle Club 2008 Board of Officers Between General Membership Meetings, most of the work of the Club is done by committees and the Executive Board. These are the people who are working for you: Officers: President* Richard Hall 665-6472 firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President* Larry Thompson 455-4033 email@example.com Secretary* Ross Snider 606-1519 firstname.lastname@example.org Treasurer* John Ross 266-7809 email@example.com Past President* Derek Swift 355-3977 firstname.lastname@example.org Ride Committee Chairs: Leisurely Tim Doering 260-4523 email@example.com Moderate Larry Thompson 455-4033 firstname.lastname@example.org Fall Century* Diana Broaddrick 245-8869 email@example.com FreeWheel Training* Mike Montgomery 760-0991 firstname.lastname@example.org Self-Contained Derek Swift 355-3977 email@example.com Tour de Tulsa Tom Brown 481-1818 firstname.lastname@example.org Other Committee Chairs: Avery Adopt-a-Road* Carolyn Fairless 245-9285 email@example.com Bike Shop Liaison* Bob McCallum 749-9445 firstname.lastname@example.org Clothing* Mike Schooling 749-3298 email@example.com Historian* Derek Swift 355-3977 firstname.lastname@example.org Link Staff: Editor* Naomi White 605-8782 email@example.com Distribution Don Campbell 622-0905 e-Link Tim Noteboom 607-2833 firstname.lastname@example.org Subscriptions Don Pike 254-1236 email@example.com Membership* Don Pike 254-1236 firstname.lastname@example.org Program Scheduling* Mike Schooling 749-3298 email@example.com Property Manager Ross Snider 606-1519 firstname.lastname@example.org Public Relations* Jenny Kucera 749-6543 email@example.com Refreshments Barbara Pike 254-1236 firstname.lastname@example.org Safety Director* Tim Doering 260-4523 email@example.com Social Director* Jayne Swift 355-3977 firstname.lastname@example.org Webmaster* Tim Noteboom 607-2833 email@example.com Representatives: FreeWheel Liaison Wayne Mark 366-2739 firstname.lastname@example.org League of Amer. Bicycle Mike Schooling 749-3298 email@example.com Okla. Bicycle Coalition Tina Birch 583-8462 firstname.lastname@example.org Tulsa Trails/RiverParks* Ed Swift 224-2314 email@example.com * Appointed E-Board Voting Position (19 active voting positions). **Persons serving in more than one voting position capacity have only one vote.** The Link Page 3 January, 2008 Visit the TBC Website: Lasagna Ride http://www.tulsabicycleclub.com Sat, Feb 23 Tour de Tulsa Sat, May 3 TBC ride maps are available on the club website. SW Tandem Rally returns to Tulsa TBC members are welcome to submit material for e-publication. Please send to Tim in late April 2008! Noteboom by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org,.or by US mail at PO Box 471, Tulsa, OK 74101-0471. Submissions will be subject to review and approval. OKFreeWheel Committee Meeting Notes December 2 Meeting Ellen Proctor had a full agenda for the FreeWheel plan- ning committee. First, she announced that the host towns have been lined up. She and Bobby Williams have both driven the route, which she will announce officially, at the first FreeWheel seminar on January 24. The route Popular cycling routes update will be posted on the FreeWheel website, www.OKFreeWheel.com, the next day. • The long awaited Haikey Creek bridge on the Creek/ New to this year’s ride will be the addition of a shower Broken Arrow trail near 91st and Mingo is scheduled truck to supplement the shower facilities that the host to be installed in January of 2008! towns provide. The shower truck will mean that shower • Sand Springs has repaved Wekiwa Road from the bike facilities will be available closer to the campground so path at River City Park west to 129th West Avenue (the long treks to clean up may not be necessary. The owners road to the casino). The repaving continues on the north of the truck also promise continuous hot water in their side of highway 412.(on West 2nd Street) from 129th West truck. Avenue back east to Walnut Avenue (the top of hill past The registration fee for FreeWheel 2008 will increase the church). This is route that was used on the Tour de Tulsa this year. slightly from last year. The new fee schedule will be: Registration before April 30 • The East Bank trail from the pedestrian bridge to the 21st Adults Children Street bridge is scheduled to reopen around the first of the Full Week $110 $70 year. The trail will be widened to 18 to 20 feet through this section. Plans have changed and the next section Half Week $70 $55 slated for closing and widening will be from 21st Street to Registration after May 1 Southwest Blvd. Full Week $130 $90 • The trail from Southwest Blvd to Newblock Park is closed Half Week $80 $65 just north of the Arkansas River Bridge. The trail is (Continued on page 4) closed for construction of the Route 66 Centennial Plaza. The construction is expected to be completed by late Feb 2008. • Reconstruction of Delaware just north of 11th Street (at the Bama pie facility) has Delaware closed between 4th and 11th streets. • The Osage Trail between Mohawk Blvd and 33rd Street North is closed. You can use Lansing (just to the west of the trail) while the trail is closed. If you know of any construction on cycling routes feel free to contact Ross Snider, email@example.com, or 606-1519. The Link Page 4 January, 2008 * Please note: Minors under 18 years of age are welcome on rides only if accompanied on the ride by a parent or responsible adult who is also on a bicycle. Sunday Afternoon *M* Leave at 1:30 pm from McClure Park. 12 to 13 Inclement Weather Policy: mph, 25 to 30 miles of flat to rolling terrain, limited If there is any inclement or dangerous weather, such as rain, beginner instruction. Extra miles optional. Note thunder & lightning, hail, sleet, snow, ice, or temperatures Inclement Weather Policy, right. Michael Kraft, 638- below 32° at start time, all rides will revert to “show-up” 1785, firstname.lastname@example.org. rides. Any riders who do show up will then ride at their own risk, selecting their own leader, route, and destination, Tuesday-Thursday Morning which may be very different from the ride scheduled in the Link. If you are in any doubt, give the posted ride leader a *M/S* For Jan, leave from West Bank at 9:30 am. call. For Feb, leave from McClure Park at 9:30 am. 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 15 mph. Destinations and routes vary, decided by group consensus at the time of the start. Saturday Morning (Continued from page 3) *L* Veteran cyclists want to help beginners enjoy cycling. Come join us for an easy ride around Tulsa. The increase will be used to pay for the shower truck. Meet 9 am at Mohawk Park, 20-25 miles. Tim Ellen is also going to try to get port-a-johns at all of the Doering, 260-4523. “Ride on your own” when a major area lunch stops that do not have adequate toilet facilities so bicycle ride is scheduled on the same day (Tour de Tulsa, Fall the increase will go for paying for that as well. Century, FreeWheel, etc). If you are planning on going on FreeWheel, we would Notes: When regularly scheduled rides fall on a major holiday, the ride will like to encourage all of you to register as early as possi- be a show up ride, with those who do show up determining where and how far ble. Not only will that save you $20, but also it will they choose to ride. allow for better planning by the host towns and the It is the responsibility of each ride leader to make sure that all non-members sign a waiver before participating in a club ride. The waiver form is available FreeWheel committee. on the TBC website. The TBC is planning a full schedule of FreeWheel training rides again this year. The first ride will be March 8. They are scheduled each week until the weekend before FreeWheel begins. Check the FreeWheel web site regularly for updates. Wayne Mark Tulsa Bicycle Club Ride Guidelines By Pace: Pace is defined as the cumulative average cruising speed for the entire distance. Leisurely *L* - Less than 12 miles per hour average. You will not be left behind on Leisurely rides. Anyone with mechanical or physical difficulties can expect someone to stop and lend assistance. (If you can’t change a tire yourself, someone will be glad to help.) These are social rides with an emphasis on fun, as well as learning or improving bicycling and safety skills. Moderate *M* - 12 to 15 miles per hour average. For cyclists competent with basic safety and bike handling skills. Emphasis is on improving fitness and riding ability. A reasonable attempt will be made to assist and account for all riders. Anyone having mechanical difficulties can expect someone to stop and lend assis- tance. Strenuous *S* - Over 15 miles per hour average. Strenuous rides are for strong, experienced riders. These are physically demanding rides and you will be ex- pected to keep the pace. You will need to be able to handle your own mechanical problems, although someone may choose to assist you. (Continued on page 8) The Link Page 5 January, 2008 Saturday Jan 5th - *M* - President’s Ride. Leave rider will receive a prize from the Trek Store. Map at 10 am from Washington Irving Park, ride with provided. Mike Schooling, 749-3298, or Rich on the first ride of the year to Liberty, 27 miles. Mike.Schooling@Williams.com. Richard Hall, 640-8443, or email@example.com. Map Saturday Jan 19th - *M/S* - Leave at 1 pm from http://www.tulsabicycleclub.com/maps/mapbix1.pdf. Washington Irving Park, ride to Leonard, 29 miles. Sunday Jan 6th - *L/M* - Susan’s Bench Dedica- Mapped and marked. Ed Hudson, 494-3763, or ehud- tion and Ride. From the 145th East Avenue end of the firstname.lastname@example.org. Creek Turnpike Trail, ride from the NSU campus or Trinity Lutheran Church parking areas west to the top Saturday Jan 26th - *M/S* - Leave at 11 am from Washington Irving Park, ride to Hectorville, 30 of the hill for a 2 pm dedication of the bench for this mi l es . Ma r k S wa n, 63 3- 64 58. or very special lady! Some may ride afterwards. See be- m p s w a n 7 1 @ ya h o o . c o m . Map http:// low for more info, or Larry Thompson, 455-4033, www.tulsabicycleclub.com/maps/mapbix9.pdf. email@example.com. Saturday Jan 12th - *L* - Leave at 10 am from the Saturday Feb 2nd - *M/S* - Leave at 10 am from Sperry HS, ride to breakfast and Skiatook Lake, 32 Trek Store, 9708 S Riverside, for a leisurely winter miles. Mapped and marked. Bring $5 for breakfast. tour of the River Path and the new Midland Trail into Diana Broaddrick, 402-2721, or firstname.lastname@example.org. and through downtown Tulsa, 20-25 miles. One lucky Route Marking Spray Chalk for marking routes for ride leaders is available. If you need any, contact Larry Thompson, 455-4033. Susan's Bench Dedication The dedication of Susan’s bench will be on Sunday, January 6, at 2 pm. The bench is located about 0.6 miles *** Ride Start Location Directions *** west of the 145th East Avenue parking lot on the Creek Trail in Broken Arrow. We have permission to use the McClure Park: 7th and Memorial. Park at the Trinity Lutheran Church parking lot at 161st East Avenue west end by the pool. # 10 on Website map. on the north side of the Creek Turnpike. The distance Mohawk Park: Go north on Sheridan to 36th Street from the church parking lot to the bench is 1.6 miles. North. Turn right, then take first left into park. The parking lot is behind the church, and you do not have Meet at the far west end of the Zoo parking lot. # to get on to 161st East Avenue to get to the trail from the 11 on Website map. church. For those who want to bike further, the bench is Washington Irving Park: Go south on Memorial about 5.8 miles west of NSU. After the dedication, we past 131st. Turn right into park at 136th, just will take pictures for a Broken Arrow Ledger article before the Arkansas River Bridge. # 3 on Website about Susan. There is no formalized map. ride planned after the dedication, but some may want to continue riding West Bank: Take Riverside Drive north to the 21st afterwards. Street bridge. Go west across the river, then turn immediately left into the parking lot. # 8 on Website map. The Link Page 6 January, 2008 November 29, 2007 E-board Meeting give ride leaders key chains (made from bicycle boom research electronic registration and President Richard Hall called the meeting to chains). Permission was granted. The Presi- payment of dues. // Larry Thompson re- order at 7:03 pm. Richard thanked Carolyn dent’s ride on Jan 5 will include a stop at ported that the January self-contained outing Fairless for hosting the meeting. E-board and Susan’s bench for a group photo (ed note: this will be at Grand Lake. committee members Ross Snider, Carolyn has since changed). The Teddy Bear ride is The meeting was adjourned by Richard Hall Fairless, Larry Thompson, Tim Noteboom, next week. Larry reminded board members that at 8:48 pm. Michael Schooling, John Ross, Naomi White, the Trikes and Bikes assembly will be on Friday night before the Teddy Bear ride. FreeWheel Respectfully submitted Mike Montgomery, Richard Abbott, Jenny Ross Snider, Secretary Kucera, Diana Broaddrick, Tim Doering, and Training rides: Mike Montgomery reported that Richard Hall attended. A quorum was pre- the FW training rides will start on Mar 8, with sent. Officer’s Reports: Secretary: The the Tour de Tulsa scheduled for the first Satur- October minutes stand as published in the day in May. Webmaster: Tim Noteboom had Link. Treasurer: John Ross read the treas- nothing to report. Newsletter: Naomi White urer’s report for the Tulsa Bicycle Club and had nothing to report. Programs: Michael the Southwest Tandem Rally as of October Schooling reported that the Jan program will be 31. Larry Thompson made a motion to ap- given by Bartlesville rides that participated in prove the reports as read, Tim Doering sec- RABABRAI, the Feb program by the Denmark onded the motion and the motion carried. riders, and the March program by Patrick Fox from INCOG. Publicity: Jenny reported that Committee Reports: Ride Czar: Larry she needed information for the Teddy Bear ride Thompson reported that Don Pike had asked and Susan’s bench. for approval to print rosters for the Christmas party. Michael Schooling made a motion to New Business: Carolyn Fairless demonstrated authorize printing of rosters, Ross Snider the electronic registration and payment of dues seconded the motion and the motion carried. being using by another organization. After Larry asked permission to discussion, the board decided to let Tim Note- Meeting Minutes (Program continued from page 1) keep your bicycle in smooth operating condi- and you’re ready to travel; here’s the information you’ll need! tion. We’ve asked several Wrenches from your favorite Local Bike Shops to join us in And for those interested in planning trips closer to home, we’ll Hicks Park and offer tips and tricks of the haveRespectfully submitted provided by the Adventure Cycling a short presentation trade to keep us on the road and out of trou- Ross Snider, Secretary Association (ACA). This organization arose from the BikeCen- ble. From flat repair to derailleur adjustment, tennial in 1976 and has grown into the largest bicycle member- drive-train maintenance to simple wheel tru- ship organization in the U.S. They provide maps, information, ing, we’ll arrange things so that small groups assistance, and tours to folks interested in traveling by bike for can get up close and personal as our local the weekend or a week. TBC is an ACA affiliate organization. LBS Wrenches reveal their secrets. You can move from station to station to take in each maintenance item April - Do It By Bike? presented or stick with one station to see a presentation multiple The vast majority of trips we all make are times if the process eludes you the first time around! between two and five miles from our homes. Ever thought about making more June – How Can Green Country Become More Bicycle of those trips on your trusty bicycle? Why Friendly? not? Local transportation cyclists and club Patrick Fox, bicycle, pedestrian, and members show you how in this month’s multi-modal transportation planner for program. Simplify your life, reduce your INCOG, will return to address what “carbon footprint,” increase your cycling time, and decrease your we can do to make the Tulsa Metro- stress level by making more trips by bike. It’s not as hard as youpolitan Area more “bicycle friendly.” Patrick was instrumental in think and there are simple things you can do to break down the preparing Tulsa’s recent application for recognition as a League real or imagined barriers that keep many of us from making more of American Bicyclists “Bicycle Friendly Community.” Though short trips by bike. And there will be plenty of tips for those who Tulsa was not selected, the League’s responses provide a laundry would like to start commuting to and from work as well. list of items for us to consider in making Tulsa and surrounding communities more attractive and safer for cyclists. Join the dis- May Bike Maintenance 101 cussion as Patrick challenges the Tulsa cycling community to The bicycle is one of the most efficient machines ever created to become more involved in improving the cycling environment we providing human powered transportation and joy for us all. And all share and in educating motorists and cyclists alike to share the with a minimal amount of expertise, time, and effort, you can road effectively. The Link Page 7 January, 2008 Tulsa Bicycle Club Treasurer's Report Year to date through 10/31/2007 Balance on 10/1/2007 $7,299.41 Tulsa Bicycle Club Treasurer's Report Receipts Budget Actual Y.T.D. Membership Dues $6,450.00 $374.00 $5,380.00 2008 SouthWest Tandem Rally Fall Century 219.00 To date through 10/31/2007 SW Tandem Rally 235.00 1,805.00 Balance on 10/1/2007 $1,570.00 Clothing Sales 100.00 98.00 Interest Income 0.00 1.69 Receipts Budget Actual To Date CD Interest Income 123.00 30.94 91.81 Registration Fees $23,500.00 $235.00 $705.00 Misc. Income 25.00 0.00 Seed Money/Previous Rally _0.00 1,100.00 $6,698.00 $639.94 $7,595.50 $23,500.00 $1,570.00 $1,570.00 Disbursements Disbursements Link Newsletter $3,586.00 $310.37 $3,118.10 Meals Roster Printing 55.00 0.00 Doubletree (4 meals) $17,164.00 $0.00 $0.00 FreeWheel Training 130.00 8.22 Happy Hour 1,693.00 Membership Expense 80.00 0.00 Saturday Lunch 2,259.00 Postage/Postal Box 50.00 9.16 49.16 Ice Cream Ride 35.00 0.00 0.00 Historian 100.00 0.00 Subtotal 21,151.00 0.00 0.00 Sponsorship 175.00 50.00 Packet Meetings/Social 135.00 95.00 Map Holder 900.00 Christmas Party 300.00 0.00 Nature Valley Bars 57.00 0.00 0.00 SW Tandem Rally 0.00 Subtotal 957.00 0.00 0.00 Equip. & Supplies 200.00 0.00 Registration Materials Insurance 800.00 797.00 Name Tags 151.00 Miscellaneous 90.00 8.33 6.15 Paper 11.00 Web Site Maintenance 240.00 120.00 Report Covers 42.00 0.00 0.00 Domain Registration 40.00 40.00 Subtotal 204.00 0.00 0.00 Internet Service Provider 370.00 0.00 Community Sponsorship 1000.00 0.00 Paint for Marking Routes 100.00 $7,351.00 $327.86 $4,283.63 Entertainment 250.00 Magnets 235.00 Cash Balance $7,611.49 Decorations 30.00 Income Committed to Tandem Rally 1,805.00 Contingency Fund __573.00 ___0.00 ___0.00 Certificate of Deposit 2,500.00 $23,500.00 $0.00 $0.00 Contingency Reserve (2,000.00) Computer Reserve (200.00) Cash Balance Available $1,805.00 Balance Available $6,106.49 For additional information, contact John Ross at 266-7809. For additional information, contact John Ross at 266-7809. The Link Page 8 January, 2008 G. Oscar Bicycle Tom's River Trail Bicycles 1623 South Main Street 6861 South Peoria 582-1711 481-1818 www.tomsbicycles.com Lee's Bicycles 3620 South Peoria Trek Bicycle Store Tulsa 743-4285 9708 South Riverside Parkway Bicycles of Tulsa 4733 South Mingo www.leesbikes.com Peloton Center 665-BIKE 250-8130 Mid-Town Bicycles www.bicyclesoftulsa.com 2731 South Harvard T-Town Bicycles 749-7563 1660 East 71st Street Bike-About Bicycles 300 West Will Rogers Blvd 492-8696 Recumbents of Oklahoma www.t-townbicycles.com Claremore 601 South Boston 342-4700 587-5927 Cycles International www.recumbentsonline.com 4129 South Sheridan Sun and Ski Sports Expo These Tulsa area bike shops support the Tulsa Bicycle Club with member discounts, and donations of time 663-5252 6808 South Memorial, #200 and merchandise for special events. Return the favor www.cyclesintl.com 254-0673 and support these shops with your business. The Southwest Tandem Rally Decorating Committee is looking for the following: Classified ads are printed free as a service to our current Cowboy boots Cowboy hats TBC members only. Ads are for bicycles and bicycle- related equipment only, wanted or for sale. Western items (like horse shoes, etc.) Horse saddle (for stage) Lassos We are going to use these items for table decorations. We can not guarantee you will receive them back so they must be items that you were going to give away or trash. Please contact us for pickup or see us on a ride. Thank you. Pat Reynolds, email@example.com, 492-2262, or Judy Gregg, firstname.lastname@example.org, 622-4977. (Guidelines continued from page 4) By Classification: Self-Directed *SD* - The route is marked and/or there are maps available. No designated ride leader or SAG unless otherwise noted. Self-Contained *SC* - Bicycling/camping/touring rides for members comfortable carrying their camping gear on their bicycle. Mountain Bike *MB* - Trail rides for mountain bikes. not currently organized. Notes: Weather and terrain may influence the average pace. On most rides, you can usually find someone of your experience and fitness level to ride with. Choose rides based upon your experience, condition, and ability to keep up. Riders are expected to ride within the pace indicated by the ride leader. If you are not sure how hard any ride is relative to your ability, please contact the ride leader before the ride. Maps, cue sheets, and/or road markings may be provided by the ride leader on the day of the event. If you leave the route, it then becomes your own ride, but please let the ride leader know. Riders are expected to be ready to ride at the time listed at the start (i.e. with tires aired and water bottles filled). Please ride responsibly in a safe, courteous, and legal manner. Your bicycle equip- ment should be in good operating order. Anyone planning to participate in a ride should bring along the following at a minimum: ♦ Helmet: Required on all rides. ♦ A flat tire kit consisting of tire levers and a patch kit or spare inner tube. ♦ An air pump. ♦ An adjustable wrench if either wheel bolts on. ♦ Water bottles. ♦ Identification and insurance card. ♦ Snack and/or money for stops at convenience stores or restaurants. The Link Page 9 January, 2008 League of American Bicyclists The National Organization of Bicyclists whose mission is: “To promote bicycling for fun, fitness, transportation, and work, through advocacy and education for a bicycle-friendly America.” The League represents the interests of the nation’s 57 million cyclists; if you own a bike, you should be a member. Here’s just a sampling of League membership benefits: quarterly issues of American Cyclist, the League’s magazine; 11 issues of Bicycling magazine, the world’s leading bicycling magazine; the League’s annual Almanac with ride, tour, bike club, organization, and advocacy listings; and a host of discounts and special offers available only to League members. Add your voice to that of cyclists across the nation. Become a League member today. For more information go to the League’s website at www.bikeleague.org. Join online at: https://www.bikeleague.org/cogs/join/ signup/index.php. Or fill out the form below and mail to: League of American Bicyclists, 1612 K Street NW, Suite 800, Washington DC, 20006. 1 Year 2 Year " Enclosed is a check payable to the Name Regular " $30 " $55 League of American Bicyclists Address Advocate " $50 " $95 " Please charge my: " VISA " MC Silver Spoke " $100 " $195 Amt. Exp. date Phone (day) Family " $45 " $85 Card # " New Member " Renewal Advocate Family " $75 " $145 Signature Tulsa Bicycle Club Membership Form Please print legibly and fill in all appropriate information. All members of a household are included in a single membership regardless of relationship. The “other names” line on the form below is customarily used for children, resident in-laws, pets, etc. Your name(s) The TBC is run by volunteers. Please check the activities you might be interested in: Other names Street address ! Lead a ride. ! Committee member. City, State, ZIP ! I don't know, but call me. Home phone His business # Her business # (Be careful, this might be fun!) E-mail address Update information: Membership type: " New " 1 year - $17 " Renewal " 2 year - $34 Please mail your completed, signed membership form with your check or money order to: " Change " 3 year - $51 Tulsa Bicycle Club Tulsa Bicycle Club cannot be held responsible for any accidents that may occur P. O. Box 471 during, or as a result of, our activities. Participants ride at their own risk. For the Tulsa, OK 74101-0471 safety of participants, the Tulsa Bicycle Club requires that ANSI or SNELL approved helmets be worn on all club-sponsored rides. To be sure of receiving your next month's newsletter, we must receive your application by the 15th of the preceding month. Signed: If you have additional questions, please feel free Date: to call any of the Executive Board members listed in the Link. The Tulsa Bicycle Club was established in 1972 TBC to promote bicycling in HELMET all its forms. We are affiliated with the League of American Bicyclists. Visit our website POLICY at http://www.tulsabicycleclub.com. TBC Executive Board Meetings take place on the last Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm in For the safety of members’ homes. All members are welcome to attend and participants, the participate. General Meetings take place on the first Thursday of the Tulsa Bicycle Club month at 7:00 pm at the Martin East Regional Library, 26th & requires that Garnett. We have a variety of interesting programs, and snacks too. helmets worn on club-sponsored rides About The Link Articles sent for submission must be received by the 7th of the month in conform to current The Link, the official newsletter of the Tulsa Bicycle Club, is published order to be included in the following g o v e r n m e n t month's issue. Send yours to: monthly and is free to all club standards. members who pay the $17 annual Tulsa Bicycle Club membership fee. If you have Attn: Newsletter Editor problems with your subscription, P.O. Box 471 please call our Membership officer. Tulsa, OK 74101-0471 We welcome letters to the Editor, articles, and information on rides, Material in The Link may be reprinted tours & races here and around the if credit is given and a copy is sent to country. the Editor. The Tulsa Bicycle Club cannot be held responsible for any accidents that may occur during, or as a result of, our activities. Participants ride at their own risk. Tulsa Bicycle Club P.O. Box 471 Tulsa, Oklahoma 74101 Forwarding Service Requested Postmaster: Dated Material please deliver promptly Club Members: Please renew your membership one or two months before the expiration date shown on your Link mailing label. (You can also find this date in your profile on the website.) This will insure continued delivery of the Link.
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