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Pedal with a Passion

PRESENTED ON SEP 01, 2017
IN SIOUX FALLS @ VOL 23

David Heinold has been working as a County Planner for Minnehaha County, South Dakota for 4 years where he is responsible for the County’s planning administration, code enforcement, and permitting functions.  He has also served as the Planning Intern for the Town of McCordsville, Indiana, La Porte, Indiana, and Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission. He was born and raised in La Porte, Indiana.

David received a Bachelor’s of Urban Planning & Development from Ball State University in December 2012.  He currently serves as the Chair of the APA County Planning Division (CPD) and National Association of County Planners (NACP).  He also serves as the Vice-President of the SDPA and Webmaster for the APA Western Central Chapter.  He has also served as the Ride Director for Falls Area Bicyclists for almost two years and is a League Cycling Instructor.

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Building 100 Miles of Mountain Bike Trails

BY BILLY DAVIS
@ VOL 6 ON DEC 07, 2011

Billy Davis promotes a plan to build 100 miles of urban mountain bike trails in Louisville, Kentucky. He talks aboutthe  economic and cultural prosperity these trails can bring to the towns of Kentucky.

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Portland Pedal Power

BY MARIA DELORENZO
@ VOL 17 ON SEP 22, 2015

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Pedal to Porch

BY CORNETTA LANE
@ VOL 31 ON MAR 22, 2017

Cornetta Lane was named an Emerging City Champion in 2015. She joins us to talk about her Pedal to Porch campaign.

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What a Bike Can Teach You

BY MACK BLACK
@ VOL 9 ON MAY 19, 2017

Mack Black from Cycle-Re-Cycle - L'earn a bike: What a bike can teach you

Mack Black is an UX designer, living, working, and biking in Southwest Michigan. She moved to Berrien Berrien Springs in 2016 on a YOLO whim from Washington DC, with a strong desire for living in a place larger than a postage stamp and chicken ownership.

She is a new volunteer at CycleReCycle, a Benton Harbor Non-Profit dedicated to keeping bicycles out of landfills and advocating for bicycling as a preferred mode of transportation. Through their L'Earn A Bike program they teach area youth the art of bicycle maintenance, and Mack continues to be amazed at how much a bike can teach you.

 

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Sioux River Camp Coffee

BY ANDREW ROBERTSON
@ VOL 22 ON JUN 02, 2017

Andrew Robertson rides bikes, collects camp stoves, and is ready for adventures just around the corner.

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Basket and Bike Tours

BY ANNE POARCH
@ VOL 17 ON MAY 01, 2017

With the recent completion of the Cap to Cap bike trail from Richmond to Williamsburg, new ventures of opportunity are springing up to support and enhance this regional amenity. Anne Poarch shares one of those.

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Cap Trail Bike Shuttle

BY ALISON MCGRAIL
@ VOL 17 ON MAY 01, 2017

With the recent completion of the Cap to Cap bike trail from Richmond to Williamsburg, Alison McGrail shares one of the new ventures of opportunity that are springing up to support and enhance this regional amenity. 

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Williamsburg Bike Commuter

BY RYAN BEDELL
@ VOL 17 ON MAY 01, 2017

Ryan Bedell commutes to work. As he says, "There are a few of us. No, seriously." Actually he commutes all over Williamsburg, and is here to tell you how easy and awesome it really is.

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1960's Life on a Bike

BY DALE WEISS
@ VOL 17 ON MAY 01, 2017

In the 1960s, a bicycle represented freedom for any kid that could ride. Dale Weiss recounts his memories of that time and how life on a bike led him to meet his wife.