You're welcome. Thanks for the pics, I seemed to end up a general cycling information booth, answering questions from explaining how all US helmets have to meet minimum safety and testing standards, how a kids tricycle could infact fall over, how to reduce knee strain when riding, and how you can attach a headlamp to your own helmet.
One thing for future reference, is that we should try to get maps of Illinois trails (openlands had some and provided them for our booth) as well as Chicago cycling maps. These are the 2 things almost everyone stopping by was interested in.
It was also great to hear about how many suburban elderly riders are getting out on trails to keep fit. Once lady who has mobility issues is able to ride a recumbent trike in flat conditions and another gentleman who uses a cane to walk is still able to ride a bike. So great that cycling is such an accessible activity.
I was nice to see Andrea manning the EPA booth with the hand cycle powered light bulbs.