Bike to Work Week Grants Available
The League of American Bicyclists and Shimano are offering grants to help communities with Bike to Work Week in 2006. To apply, send us 200-word essays on who, what, where and how the Bike to Work program will make a difference in your community. This year, special consideration will be given to communities that are launching Bike to Work or Bicycle Friendly Community campaigns. The deadline to apply for the grants is April 3 and the winners will be announced on April 5. The grants range from $1,000 to $1,500 each, and grant applications should be emailed to Sarah Stiles at email@example.com.
A general-purpose press/spectator photography policy should:
prohibit photos taken when people aren't on their bikes/skates/transport
prohibit photos before/after the street ride (except in a designated photo area)
This policy is intended to curtail any inconsiderate photography which might otherwise take place. We wish to create a safe and supportive environment for all riders.
All photographers present at the ride must abide by this policy. Those who do not will be asked to leave. This includes any riders or press who take photos.
To ensure that this policy is clear to all present, it will appear on leaflets distributed at the event.
We welcome photography during the ride, but there are some restrictions:
No photos are permitted before or after the street ride except in a designated photo area (where consenting riders can go to be photographed).
During the street ride, no closeup photos of people are allowed without the person's written consent.
During the street ride, no photos of participants when they aren't riding/skating (except with the person's written consent).
Riders and supporters are actively encouraged to enforce these policies. Thank you!
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