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Listing of a conference, seminar or an other event does not constitute
an endorsement by the International Bicycle Fund. See also Special
Events and Tours.
BE-Pro Conference (Bicycle Event Professionals)
The BE-Pro Conference is an educational conference and expo for bicycle event
managers. Offering excellent networking opportunities, BE-Pro features
educational presentations and discussion groups. Topics cover a variety of
subjects to help directors of large or small events reach their goals. For more info:
Transportation Research Board
The Transportation Research Board is a unit of the National Research
Council, which serves the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of
Engineering. The TRB Annual Meeting, held each January in Washington DC, attracts
6,000-8,000 participants representing a wide range of transportation professionals.
There are special sessions for papers and discussions concerning non-motorized transportation. For
information call (202) 334-2934; fax: 202-334-2003; email:
[email protected] or visit
National Bike Summit
Washington DC. March. Info: League of American Bicyclists, 1612 K
Street NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20006-2850; phone: (202) 822-1333; fax:
(202) 822-1334email: bikeleague @bikeleague.org,
Annual Australian Cycling Conference
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An annual conference put on by and for not-for-profit bicycle projects. The
conference is held in a different North American city each year. Bike! Bike!
offers opportunities for members of bicycle nonprofits to connect, network,
and share information and ideas. The conference is also an excellent
resource for people looking to start up a new project. More information
about the conference is available at
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