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LCBA’s appreciation for communication and teamwork is their strongest asset at the beginning of what will, hopefully, be a long presence in the area. Their membership currently accounts for around 40 people, but expects to attract cross-sectional representation across demographics as they present what they can offer to the community based on multiple survey responses collected from the public. With regular meetings on the third Thursday of every month, the organization looks to be well on its way to making positive change for residents and visitors alike.--Bicycle Paper


Next Meeting

Thursday, Feb. 19th 5:30 pm
Bell building 215 D Street Large Conference Room upstairs.

Recent Announcements

  • Nez Perce County Fair LCBA Winners Nez Perce Fair LCBA WinnersMisty Gludt of Clarkston, WA - Trek Bicycle Helmet from B&L Bicycles in Pullman, WA Brian Ruddell of Lewiston, ID - Commuter Kit from Ride-On ...
    Posted Nov 20, 2014, 3:41 PM by Corrie Rosetti
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Where the Sidewalk Ends . . 

   


 Shel Silverstein discovered a world of fantasy and magic. Too often Lewis Clark Valley pedestrians and cyclists just find gravel, a pothole or two, and a feeling that you . . . 

. . . just can't get there from here.

If you would like to restore the magic, or even just extend the sidewalk, come join us.


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Recent Announcements

  • Vern and Jeff Make KLEW News
    On Feb. 18, 2015 Vern and Jeff do a promo video for LCBA. You can see the clip here.

    Remeber to join us every third Thursday at the Bell Building at 215 D Street in Lewiston. We meet from 5:30 pm to 7pm.
    Posted Feb 21, 2015, 10:15 AM by Corrie Rosetti
  • Incremental Progress
    The LTIP (Lewiston Transportation Improvement Plan) lists many projects city engineers deem worthy of attention. Money does not suffice to cover all. So the community were asked to prioritize the projects so the city council might better select those they would promote.

    LCBA was asked for input but Vern Owens not only looked at the three projects that specifically related to bicycling. He suggested language throughout the document that would gently nudge the city to include walking and biking whenever they consider a project.

    This letter is Vern's thank you to Public Works Director, Chris Davis for his recommendation to adopt this additonal language. Vern calls it "incremental progress." We call it a success.

    Thanks to Chris Davies

    Chris,
    I wanted to thank you for your support of the Lewis Clark Bicycling Alliance (LCBA) and our mission of improving safety, furthering the healthy lifestyle, and realizing the economic benefits of bicycling.   Your statement during this evening’s Council Public Hearing on the LTIP supporting the inclusion of the LCBA's and the DAC’s comments in the final LTIP is exactly the kind of incremental progress we are seeking to make.

    Thank you very much for your ongoing support.   These little steps will lead to significant change in time.

    Vern Owens
    Chairman
    Lewis Clark Bicycling Alliance (LCBA)


    Posted Jan 28, 2015, 8:17 AM by Corrie Rosetti
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