The Summer 2011 Edition of NEW MEXICO BICYCLIST!
We hope you enjoy this edition of the new and improved New Mexico Bicyclist. Thanks to editor Christopher Marsh for his outstanding work! Click here to download: Downloadable PDF.
“Partial Paving:” BCNM’s effort to stop the systematic destruction of bicycle facilities on New Mexico’s state highways
Prepared for National Bike Summit, Washington DC, March 8-11, 2011
ISSUE: In the past decade, the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has institutionalized the practice of applying partial overlays on New Mexico’s state highways. Today it is difficult to find a highway shoulder in New Mexico that does not have one or more seams posing a significant hazard and inconvenience to bicyclists and other highway users. These seams, along with the failure to maintain shoulders and the frequent use of “rumble strips” that fail to leave sufficient space for use by bicyclists, are a violation of NMDOT’s requirement to provide for multi-modal transportation along highways under state and federal law.
ACTION Item! Highway Funding for bicycle facilities being cut!
Our partners in D.C. are looking out for us. They send us this Action Alert about AASHTO recommending lower priority of bicycle facilites! Who's side are they on anyway?? See here to link to the League's Action page:
BCNM Calls For Tabling Volunteers
Hello BCNM members:
BCNM appreciate help from its members tabling at the BikeABQ Bike Swap Saturday April 16 from 10-4 at Sports Systems – see www.BikeABQ.org for more info.
Rio Rancho Bike and Hike is hosting a ride starting at Haines Park across from Intel on Saturday May 21 – time TBD and we’d appreciate any help tabling for that too!
I have membership postcards and swag and a very nice tent and table and chairs that can be used.
Let me know directly if you can help BCNM – e-mail or call me – see signature below for info.
BCNM Proudly endourses the 2011 Roll for the Cure
In Honor of Ted McVay
August 13, 2011
Hobbs, New Mexico
The largest and most supported cycling event in Southeast New Mexico – just 4 miles from the Texas border! Well marked routes of 25K, 50K, and a metric century, hydration stations, police escort, motorcycle and bicycle ride marshals, mechanics, SAG vehicles, and intersection guards.
A great training ride in preparation for the Hotter N Hell
For more Information:
This charitable event benefits the American Cancer Society and provides a significant opportunity for cyclists in several state region.
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Gail Ryba Memorial Fund
New Mexico Cycling Events Calender
Diane Albert, President
Stephen Newhall, Treas.
Tim Rogers, Secretary
Feel free to email: board (at) bikenm (dot) org
Tour of the Rio Grande Valley!
TORGV September 14, 2014. Click here for more info.