You are now able to sign-up for 2015 Arctic Bike Club Membership by going to the following link or clicking on Membership on the club’s homepage. To renew, select a membership type and then login if you know your credentials or the site can send them to you or simply login and it will put you on the checkout screen. *
Also, a reminder about our Community Cycling Information Survey and that we have a couple of weeks left for our survey and we are far short of completion goal after a very strong start. If you have not yet taken the survey we would appreciate you taking about 10-15 minutes to complete the survey!
*Note: Those who signed up via the Road Division in 2013-2014 may not have login credentials and may have to sign-up new.
Thank you to all that have already taken the ABC 2014 survey, just over a week in we are almost a quarter of the way to our response goal.
If you have not yet, please take a 10-15 minutes to complete it: http://a8c.us/ABCsurvey2014
The 2014 Arctic Bike Club Community Cycling Survey is now Live.
Please take a moment to complete it as well as distribute the link.
The purpose of this survey is to help the Arctic Bike Club better understand your cycling habits, needs, so it can better service the community. The survey also collects some general demographic information about the South Central Alaska and specifically Anchorage cycling community. Most questions require an answer and some questions will only appear if previous responses enable them.
Up to 5 of those who have completed the survey in its entirely by the closure date will receive a free 2015 Arctic Bike Club Membership. As well as there may be drawings for other swag depending on total survey response sample gathered.
Note: Please only share http://a8c.us/ABCsurvey2014 as the link to the page that loads may change over the course of the survey.
November in Anchorage is a transition month when early snows have fallen allowing for ski trail grooming / track setting and the ending of summer multi-use designations of some Anchorage trails. There are year round multi-use and single track trails for all users at most Anchorage parks and users are reminded to be courteous to all users and observe trail use and direction designations for all trail types.