Once an afternoon storm gave way to sunshine, the second year of the Town Square Gran Prix became an undisputed, record-setting success, organizers said.
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The Janesville Velo Club will share safety tips for bicycling with attendees of the second Family Bike Fest from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 11, at Harrison Elementary School, 760 Princeton Ave., Janesville.
YMCA CEO Tom Den Boer said in a press release that many recent comments and accusations about his work at the YMCA “have no basis in fact or are founded on innuendo.”
The Janesville Town Square Gran Prix will be held Tuesday, June 25, and will be the sixth leg of the tour's 11 races, which will run June 20-30.
Some former YMCA board members say they’ve seen a troubling pattern: If you’re a member of the Y’s board and you ask the wrong questions, you could get “terminated.”
Transparency is needed from YMCA of North Rock County leaders.
Janesville will continue its commitment to biking with a new wayfinding plan that will cover a swath of the city’s bike trails.
Six members of the Janesville Velo Club on Saturday learned how to pilot a trishaw, a cycling device that gives the elderly and disabled a chance to see the sights and feel the breeze of a bike ride again.
The Town Square Gran Prix bicycle races held June 26 cost the city about $30,000 and generated an estimated $100,000 of economic impact, organizers, the city and visitors bureau officials said.
Organizers answer questions about Tuesday's Town Square Gran Prix bike race, which could bring up to 2,500 people to downtown Janesville.