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Structure of the club

The NIH Bicycle Commuter Club is an NIH R&W sponsored club. We rely on volunteers. In the 1990's, we changed from a dues-paying organization to an information service, so now all NIH bicycle commuters can consider themselves members of the club. This gives us a membership of about 400. Hopefully this web site and the accompanying E-mail listserv will help to increase this number and give the entire NIH cycling community a greater ability to express their concerns about bike commuting to campus and rental buildings.

Note: Get news regarding bike commuter issues by e-mail; join the NIH BCC listserv.
 
Purpose

The NIH R&W Bicycle Commuter Club was founded in 1980. Its purpose is to encourage commuting to NIH by bicycle and to represent the interests of bicyclists to the NIH administration.
One way in which we promote bicycle commuting and represent bike commuters is via communication. In the past, we have used hardcopy newsletters and meetings to reach our members. With the advent of electronic communication, we now rely on a listserv and this website to disseminate general information and notice of relevant area meetings, primarily Montgomery County.
Get news regarding bike commuter issues by e-mail; join the NIH BCC listserv.
We hope through this web site and the listserv that you will become involved. We welcome your input, please direct it to Ellen Condon

Club Contacts
Publicity –Steve Friedman (friedmast@mail.nih.gov)
Abandoned bikes/locks – Rachel Schowalter (rachel.schowalter@nih.gov)
NIHBCC jerseys – Peter Chines (pchines@mail.nih.gov)


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