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Bicycling and The Body at The Chicago Humanities Festival

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Bicycling and The Body at The Chicago Humanities Festival

Time: November 6, 2010 from 1pm to 2:30pm
Location: First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple
Street: 77 West Washington Street
City/Town: Chicago, IL 60602
Website or Map: http://www.chicagohumanities.…
Event Type: panel, discussion, bikewinter
Organized By: Chicago Humanities Festival/Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Latest Activity: Nov 9, 2010

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Hey all, I'll be a panelist at the amazing Chicago cultural event representing The Chainlink.

Fixed gear, single speed, cruiser, recumbent, tandem—regardless of the model, bicycling as transportation, recreation, politics, and culture contributes to urban form, contemporary life, and place-making. In bike-friendly cities across North America—despite their differences in geography, history, politics, weather, and infrastructure—similar organizations, discussions, and planning and design practices for bicycling have emerged. Led by moderator John O’Neal, from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, this program will present the history of the culture of urban bicycling. Greg Borzo, author of Where to Bike in Chicago, Julie Hochstadter co-founder of TheChainlink.org, a local social network for Chicago area cyclists, Randy Neufeld of SRAM Corporation and board chair of Active Transportation Alliance, and Harry Wray, author of Pedal Power: The Quiet Rise of the Bicycle in American Public Life will be among the panelists. They will consider bicycling as a political and cultural act and examine how it competes with, complements, and contrasts with other uses of our public spaces and infrastructure investments.

This program is presented in partnership with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning.

ABOUT John O'Neal

John O’Neal is a transportation planner at the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP). As a transportation planner at CMAP, O’Neal works primarily on projects related to non-motorized transportation planning and programming – bicycling, walking, and other forms of active transportation. Through his work, O’Neal hopes to help the region and its communities become more walkable and bikeable, and to develop in ways which are healthy, equitable, and sustainable.

Tickets:
General: $5.00
Teachers & Students: FREE

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Comment by Serge Lubomudrov on November 9, 2010 at 2:53pm
Hmmm . . . it's in the comment right below yours :)

Here's the link again.
Comment by Julie Hochstadter on November 9, 2010 at 2:16pm
serge, don't see the link to the picture. or the picture for that matter.
Comment by Serge Lubomudrov on November 7, 2010 at 11:17pm

Comment by Julie Hochstadter on November 4, 2010 at 6:05pm
Should I set aside a chainlink section? Would you guys all want to sit together? I'm gonna try to do a shout out (if the moment is right).
Comment by kim gnat on November 2, 2010 at 7:11am
I have been a volunteer with the Chicago Humanities Festival for some time and the sessions are always interesting - I can't make this event (will be at UIC Forum working other CHF events), but highly recommend it!
Comment by Nancy L. Fagin on October 14, 2010 at 5:02pm
Yep, we'll give it a try but we have to close the store to do it.
Nancy and Ron
Comment by Julie Hochstadter on October 14, 2010 at 10:41am
FROM FACEBOOK: Chicago Humanities Festival Special offer for CHF Members: $20 off your next ticket order to the festival. If you've already bought tickets, snap up a few more programs or invite friends. Use code Member20 online or through the box office. CHF is lucky to have over 1,200 members--thanks to each of you for your support. If you're not yet a member, join us and enjoy the discount.

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