Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on May 28th, 2010 at 10:49 am
Since we launched the Big Ideas for Biking in Oregon contest last week I’ve been amazed at all the fantastic entries you’ve all sent in.
Since I plan to pick the winning idea and two runner-ups on Tuesday, I thought it’d be smart to put out one last call for entries.
So here goes, send us your best idea for how Oregon can become the best state for biking in America. I was tempted to share some of the ideas I’ve received, but I’ll hold off until after the winners have been selected.
The Grand Prize is an opportunity to present your idea at the Oregon Bike Summit on June 4th in front of a room full of powerful bike industry insiders and decision makers from across the entire spectrum of bicycling — from tourism to racing. You’ll also get a free entry into the summit, which includes meals, drinks, and plenty of time for networking. Two honorable mentions will also get free entry to the Oregon Bike Summit and all three winning ideas will get some front page exposure here on BikePortland.org.
I’ll pick the winning entries on Tuesday, June 1st. Thanks to everyone who has entered thus far and use this long weekend to hash out your big idea. See more contest details here and use our contact form to send in your entry.