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October 23, 2017

In this issue...

 ...  Bike Valet at the Natomas Farmers Market Kick-Off  ...  Flyer Rewards Have Returned!  ...  Time for a Video Break!  ...  Bike Tech is Back!  ...  Fall in Love with the Ride  ...  Final Call to Join Natomas Flyers on the Trek  ...  Don’t Be a Bike Theft Statistic  ...  Fire Up Your Feet  ... 

 

Flyer Rewards

Ride On - Sac PD Bike Registry

Protect Your Ride

Yogurt Garden

Walk & Bike to School

Natomas Bike Shop

goTOGETHER: Walk to School

Natomas Farmers Market

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Bike Valet at the Natomas Farmers Market Kick-Off

Be a 'roll model' for your family, neighbors, and friends and get yourself to the Natomas Farmer’s Market Kick-Off this Friday via bike! In addition to seasonal, organic and local produce, the market will also showcase live music, face painting, a beer garden, and, of course, FREE bike valet!

Don’t have a bike basket to carry home nature’s candy? Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby will have a limited edition tote bag available to help bring home your fresh haul. Or, stop by the Natomas Bike Shop to discuss panniers, messenger bags, and racks with your local, friendly bike mechanics.

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Flyer Rewards Have Returned!

Flyer Rewards are back! Flyer riders can sign up online to treat themselves to a summertime essential, fro-yo from Yogurt Garden on Arena Boulevard! Hurry, this reward is only good for August.

Just a little thank you for making the choice to reduce single-occupancy vehicle trips on our roadways. 

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Time for a Video Break!

In an ode to back-to-schoolers everywhere, we present goTOGETHER: Walk to School! Catch some wiggles, see some muscles and maybe some people you know; we promise you’ll be inspired! 

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Bike Tech is Back!

The indispensable Bike Tech course is back by popular demand at Inderkum High School and will provide students with hands-on knowledge of bicycle repair, maintenance and safety. Instructor Brian Ray will teach the course again this year, returning to provide students valuable guidance on all things bike-related and sharing his expertise in the areas of resume writing, career guidance, job readiness and more.

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Fall in Love with the Ride

It’s hard to believe that fall is right around the bend, but what’s even more unthinkable is missing out on Sacramento’s breathtaking seasonal transformation. Fall means perfect temperatures, breezes and brilliant colors, all of which add up to marking your calendars for these upcoming bike rides.

• September 5th – New Roma Bakery Ride – 21 miles
• October 3rd – Another Parks Ride! – 24 miles

Rides depart from the North Natomas TMA office at 1918 Del Paso Road at 8:30 am. Be sure to bring water, a helmet, and an extra bike tube. No need to RSVP - just show up!

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Final Call to Join Natomas Flyers on the Trek

You’ve hemmed and hawed and waffled and wavered, but time is up. This is your last call to join the Natomas Flyers on a three-day breath of fresh air. Jump on the Emigrant Trails Bike Trek now before we’ve left for hot spring heaven without you. Sign up today!

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Don’t Be a Bike Theft Statistic

While bike theft is an unfortunate reality here in the Sacramento region, you can arm yourself with knowledge and practices that reduce your risk. For starters, make sure your bike is locked properly and registered.

Take safety to the next level and adhere to these tips as well:

  • Never leave your bike in or on your car.
  • Make thieves second guess themselves: apply a ‘Is this a Bait Bike?’ sticker to your bike. They are available in our office.
  • Take the time to read the tips and best practices from Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates.
  • Consider locking your bikes even when parked inside your garage.
  • Use a heavy duty chain or u-lock.
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Fire Up Your Feet

Back to school means firing up the ol’ synapses again after a hearty summer break, and one of the sure fire ways to do that is to fire up your feet and walk, bike or scoot to school. Why not get healthy, hang out with friends and family, help the air quality, and activate your brain -- all before the first bell rings!?

If you’re a student at H. Allen Hight Elementary, Heron School, Natomas Park Elementary, Westlake Charter School, Witter Ranch Elementary, or Regency Park Elementary - ditch the car and join the movement!

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Mission Statement:
The North Natomas Transportation Management Association is a nonprofit organization with the mission to foster transportation behaviors that enhance placemaking in our community through advocacy, programs, education, and services.

1918 Del Paso Rd, Ste 100 | Sacramento, CA 95834 | 916-419-9955 | info@nntma.org

 

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