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All breakout, plenary sessions, and mobile workshops are open to all Summit attendees unless otherwise noted. Let us know you would like to partipate by adding it to your schedule here. Space in all Mobile Workshops is limited, so sign up quick! 

The Active Transportation Leadership Institute is designed for Summit attendees who are staff of local and/or state-wide advocacy organizations.

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The National Bike Summit is the premier bike advocacy event of the year for bike advocates and professionals! 

WITH NEW LEADERSHIP IN THE OVAL OFFICE, we need your voice FOR BIKES on Capitol Hill!  Congress will be in session to hear your voice.

This INSPIRING event builds our movement for 2017 and beyond. Focus will be on regional planning, national and local messaging, and the road map of our work together in advancing the bicycling movement. Networking opportunities, keynote addresses from top government officials, workshops highlighting innovative advocacy ideas, and an organized Lobby Day to bring our pro-bicycling message to our elected officials on Capitol Hill - experience it all during our few days together!

This year’s event will be held March 6-9, 2017 at the Renaissance Hotel in Downtown DC, located at 999 Ninth St. NW Washington, DC 20001. 

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William Terrance

Tempe Bicycle Action Group
Vice President
Phoenix, Arizona Area
As a board member for Tempe Bicycle Action Group and Vice President at the Bike Coalition @ Arizona State University I work to support events, people, and groups that share my passion for cycling advocacy. I am also completing my Masters of Public Policy where I invented my own transportation policy degree and am leading a my second capstone project focusing on Active Transportation Policy Advocacy. I am also trained in GIS and statistical analysis, which I use at my current position as a Research Assistant at the Morrison Institute for Public Policy at ASU.