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Councilman Bill Gates Takes Bike Safe Phoenix Pledge, Invites Residents to Neighborhood Bike FestivalCouncilman Bill Gates Takes Bike Safe Phoenix Pledge, Invites Residents to Neighborhood Bike Festival<div class="ExternalClass9E323E8388DD45E4B6BA72BCBD62DD63"><p>​Councilman Bill Gates has taken the Bike Safe Phoenix Pledge and encourages other bicyclists and motorists to join him in making a personal commitment to keep Phoenix roadways safe for all users. The councilman took the pledge online at: <a href="http://lists.phoenix.gov/t/1283144/341381/17307/3/">phoenix.gov/streetssite/Pages/Bicycle-Safety-Pledge.aspx</a>. It’s quick and easy and residents that take the pledge get a free online discount offer.<br><br>“The pledge reminds motorists and bicyclists that they both have a role to play to keep streets safe for bike riders and everyone else on the road,” Councilman Gates said. “The pledge also boils down the simple basics of road safety: be cautious and courteous and look out for one another.”<br><br>Councilman Gates also is inviting residents out to his `Cruisin with Councilman Bill Gates’ safe bicycling festival this Saturday, March 12 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. at Shea Plaza, 10629 N. 32nd St. The event features a bike rodeo, free car seat checks, bike helmets while supplies last, local business booths and a family friendly community bike ride.​</p></div>3/9/2016 7:00:00 PMDavid Urbinato602-495-5405