The blog has been 'down' for the last twelve months, which was due entirely to both slackness and high workloads in other areas.
Much has happened in the last twelve months, and much on the blog site needs to be updated or removed at the same time as we bring people up-to-date with what has been achieved.
Please stick with us while the blog site is 'renewed' to reflect progress.
In the meantime, we have the 2010 Ride To Work Day (R2W) upon us once again.
Those TBUG supporters on our email list will have been sent a file of the two R2W posters we are using to advertise R2W 2010, so can you please try to print a few off for your display in your workplace, and post them where your work colleagues can see them.
Feel free to ask local business people if you can have one displayed in their shops/offices too.
The DEEDI team (the old style DPI people) won the coveted trophy in 2009, with a team of 15.
See if you can organise a workteam to challenge their hold on the 'TBUG Wheel'.
The rules for the 2010 challenge are being developed now, and, as always, the judges decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.
For those visitors to the blog who are reading about the R2W for the first time, here are the details:
Ride to Work Day 2010
Wednesday 13 October 2010
Free Community Breakfast
Art Gallery Garden Park
Cnr. Little and Ruthven Street
6:30 a.m. start with presentations at (about) 7.00 a.m.
The Transport and Main Roads Minister, Ms. Rachel Nolan, has been invited to attend.
Minister Rachel Nolan is arguably the best advocate for cycling we have ever had in government so far, and has been highly supportive of Toowoomba BUG to date.