Logan Road Respect Rally

For Cars and Bikes, Respect is a Two-Way Street

A group of 30 road cyclists, making their way through Utah as part of a multi-faceted educational program, will conclude the final leg of the 517 mile ride in Logan on Saturday 9 June 2012 at 4:45pm at the Historic Cache County Courthouse, 199 North Main Street, Logan, to help raise awareness about car and bicycle safety.

The Road Respect Tour is an opportunity for local cyclists to ride along with the core cycling group and join them for a Road Respect Tour finish line celebration in Logan.
The purpose of the Road Respect Tour is to educate cyclists and motorists as to the proper and safe operation of bicycles and road rules to ensure the safety of all users and to reduce accidents.
The Road Respect Tour begins on Monday, June 4 in St. George and ends on Saturday, June 9 in Logan. The final leg of the bicycle ride begins Saturday morning in Brigham City and will arrive in Logan between 4:00pm and 6:00pm. To participate in the final leg, feel free to join the rally at any point along the route. Estimated times are Brigham City at 2:00pm, Honeyville Junction (SR38 / SR30) at 2:45pm, Valley View Highway Park & Ride (SR30 / SR 23) at 4:00pm, 1000 West 200 North, Logan at 4:30pm.

The finish line will be at the Historic County Courthouse, 199 North Main Street, Logan, where the entire community is invited to attend the free Final Leg Party from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. Free give-a-ways, free bicycle helmets for the first 25 children to arrive with their parents and bicycles, free food and drinks, a bicycle skills course, live music, and lots of fun.The Road Respect program, “Road Respect: Car & Bike Rules to Live By,” was developed by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) in response to concerns from both bicyclists and drivers about safety and the behaviors of each group on the road. The program features the Road Respect Bike Tour with 30 law enforcement, public safety, transportation and bicycle advocacy cycling groups biking 517 miles through the state. By demonstrating proper cycling behaviors on the road, the Road Respect Tour cyclists serve as positive examples for other cyclists and drivers with the aim of increasing respect among both groups.

See http://www.roadrespect.utah.gov/

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