TO BE RAFFLED AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE SATURDAY EVENING Hilly Hundred VARIETY SHOW
SAM"S Bikes is an independent manufacturer of electric bicycles, 8634 US Highway 150, Hardinsburg IN 47125. www.samsbike.co
Model is XD5 in blue as photo, valued at $1700
Funds will be going to efforts by CIBA to fund bicycle education in central Indiana.Winner need not be present, E-Bike will be available for pick up in Indianapolis after Monday 10/8/2018.
1 ticket $10.00
3 tickets $25.00
FRIDAY (in lobby) 5:00 PM TO 10:00 PM
SATURDAY (in lobby) 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM
SATURDAY (by vendor tent) 1:00 PM to 6:30 PM
If you are not going to be attending the Hilly Hundred and would like to enter the raffle, contact Marc Freeman @ 317-459-8128 to arrange mail purchase
(available until 10/1/2018)
Volunteering - like cycling - is good for your health! Many of you know that already as you tirelessly commit time and resources to CIBA. As we enter the fall, CIBA is in need of some volunteers in a few areas, and we are hoping you will join us in the ongoing effort to advance CIBA's mission.
Upcoming volunteer opportunities:
Pedal and Park for Penrod - a benefit includes free admission! Sign up here:
Hilly Hundred - the benefits for volunteering are many. Sign up here:
CIBA Board - as CIBA continues to work to advance our mission and share our love of cycling, we are seeking a few more individuals to serve. If you have questions or would like to run for a board position, please email email@example.com.
Ride Leader - Ever wondered what it takes to lead a ride? We are always seeking new ride leaders, and another ride leader training will be happening once the cycling season winds down. In the meantime, if you are interested you may reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a link to an awesome infographic talking about volunteering and the positive impact it has on your health:
In just over 2 months, October 5-7, 2018, bicyclists from across the Midwest will make their way to Ellettsville, Indiana for the 51st edition of CIBA’s fall cycling classic, The Hilly Hundred Weekend (HHW). Volunteer directors for the Hilly have been working since last October to prepare for the 2,500 riders expected this year.
Registration is now open at www.hillyhundred.org, and if you register by August 28th you will receive a free HHW T-Shirt. And if you can’t make the weekend, a Sunday only registration is also available.
New for 2018 will be a finishing village experience in front of the Edgewood High School for Saturday riders. This will feature Live music, food trucks, ice cream bars (of course!) and the deals of the Hilly Hundred Vendor tent. And we may even have a few more surprises!
Routes are still being finalized, and will again include 30(+) and 50(+) mile options. The 2017 Sunday route was very popular last year, and will be utilized again this.
The Hilly would not be possible without our over 250 volunteers, and online volunteer registration is already available through www.hillyhundred.org. All volunteers receive a Hilly Helper T-shirt, and many roles also allow you to ride. Be sure to register today!
Look for breaking HHW news at hillyhundred.org and at cibaride.org.
The CIBA Foundation awarded a grant to IU Emergency Medicine Advocacy Group to provide free helmets at the Children’s Museum, scheduled to August 2, 2018, from 3 PM to 9 PM
We are looking for CIBA volunteers to help with helmet-fitting at this event. Some volunteers measure the head size of the children, then additional volunteers fit the appropriate size to each individual child and talk to the child and family about bicycle safety.
Shifts are 3-6 pm and 6-9 pm. We need up to 10 volunteers for each shift.
Volunteers should also provide T-shirt size. Waivers are also required which will be emailed to you when you sign up. Free parking at the Children’s Museum. Check in at the Security Desk.
Thank you for helping to encourage safe cycling.
You must volunteer prior to event. Questions? Contact Dolly Craft at email@example.com.
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The N.I.T.E Ride is quickly approaching, and we hope you will join us as a rider and/or a volunteer!
Volunteer spots are still needed in the following areas:
-Post Ride Party @ Indianapolis City Market 11PM - 3AM (non-riding position)
-Rest Stop @ Hinkle Fieldhouse 11PM - 3AM (non-riding position)
-Event Setup at City Market
-Information Table at City Market
-Floating Volunteers at City Market
-Course Marshal positions 9PM - 2AM (you can ride to your assigned location before the ride and then join the ride after the sweep car arrives)
Visit niteride.org to sign up to volunteer today. All volunteers will receive a special discount from BGI after the event as well as a free registration for next year's N.I.T.E. Ride!
Calling all CIBA members!
The Central Indiana Bicycling Association is seeking individuals to serve as Ride Chair or co-Ride Chairs. The Ride Chair will work with the board, members of the Ride Pillar, ride leaders and other CIBA volunteers to plan, organize and execute all club rides with the exception of fee rides such as the Hilly Hundred and NITE Ride. Rides are organized by an individual with specific duties and reporting to the Ride Chair. A few of the Ride Chair duties follow:
1. Select club members to organize each of the ride types. The Ride Chair should ensure that these individuals work as a team; minimizing duplication of effort and resolving conflicting goals.
2. Maintain an archive of resources (ride schedules, Ride Leader’s Manual, etc.)
3. Provide recruiting resources to pillar members.
4. Identify potential new ride leaders from volunteer survey forms.
5. Identify problems with rides during the season, and review these problems with the board and others in the Ride Pillar.
This is not an exhaustive list, and while many elements are prescribed we are always looking for volunteers with unique and creative ideas to continue to provide great ride experiences to CIBA members and central Indiana.
The Ride Chair has the full support of the board, and training will take place with the outgoing Ride Chair.
Please submit any questions and/or your interest via email to Katie Feltman at firstname.lastname@example.org with a statement on why you would like to take on this role, relevant experience, and any other points for the board to consider.
Please Consider providing your experiences to help improve Bicycle / Auto Harmony! See survey link below!
The IMPD, through a grant from the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, will be conducting an education and enforcement campaign this summer focusing on Marion County's 3ft Ordinance, Section 441-372(b).
Students at Butler University are assisting us in gathering data so we may better focus our efforts where they are needed most.
YOU, the CYCLIST, can help by completing a short (2 min) survey of YOUR experiences while cycling in Indianapolis.
The CIBA Swap Meet is coming up Saturday February 3, and we are looking for some volunteer help. Below are the job descriptions, and you can sign up for spots at http://signup.com/go/MzJPzzA
Setup & Tear Down - We need help marking the booth spaces and setting up tables before the event, and then clean up afterwards (Yes, you can do this and still sell)
CIBA Store Assistance - We need help selling goods from the CIBA Store along with setup. (You would not be able to manage a table in this role.)
Bike Corral - You will be checking in for sale bikes in the Corral, and checking tags before bikes are removed. (You would not be able to manage a table in this role.)
Admissions Assistants -You will be assisting the Registration Chair as needed. (You would not be able to manage a table in this role.)
If you questions about volunteering or general questions about the CIBA Swap Meet, you can contact the Swap Meet Event Director, Jay Hardcastle at email@example.com .
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Every January, the Central Indiana Bicycling Association (CIBA) holds its annual membership meeting. Join us on January 20, 2018, 10:30 a.m. at First Congregational Church, 7171 N Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis. Meet with your fellow CIBA members, hear an update on the club’s activities in 2017 and plans for 2018. New this year is a Q & A with the CIBA board.
The meeting starts with a general business meeting. This includes approval of the minutes from the prior year’s meeting (Secretary’s report), reports from President, Vice President and Treasurer and a short update from each of the Pillars: Ride Experience, Member Engagement, Financial Responsibility and Community Partnership.
At 11:30 a.m. CIBA provides lunch (Please RSVP to Denise Mattox at firstname.lastname@example.org) while you visit with your friends. At noon we hear from Bruce Kimball, Carmel (Indiana) City Council 2016, Planning Commission 2016 – 2018, Carmel Redevelopment Commission 2018 to present.
Presentation of overall CIBA mileage and commuting awards follows immediately after our speaker. We end the meeting with “Ask the Board”. This is your opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the running of the club and to provide your input directly to the board. Weather permitting, the day will conclude after the Q & A with the President’s Ride.
Central Indiana’s largest bicycle swap meet is back with a new time, more sales space and a secure bicycle sales corral. The CIBA Swap Meet will again offer a great selection and great deals, and helps to support CIBA activities throughout the year.
If you are a CIBA member, (or join, just $30 per year) you can pre-register and reserve one free table ($15 value). Join CIBA now or renew at www.cibaride.org. Business can also join CIBA for discounts on CIBA Swap Meet business space and other business member benefits.
CIBA partner Freewheelin’ Community Bikes will again be on site to accept donations of used bicycles and gears to benefit their youth programs.
Save $5 on Tables, and $10 on all regular spaces when you pre-register online by January 31, 2018.
Questions? Contact Director/Contact: Jay Hardcastle, email@example.com
Swap Meet Amenities: FREE Wi-Fi Access, Tables and Chairs, Secure Bike CorraElectrical service available (pre-registration required)
Where: Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant Street, Noblesville, IN 46060 (Map)
When: Saturday, February 3, 2018
Doors Open for seller setup at 7:45 am.
Swap Meet selling hours are 9:00 am to 12:30 pm.
More Info and Registration www.cibaride.org/swapmeet