Sunday, September 10, 2006

CSM! Reader Comment

Greg wrote:

"I have a speedy electric recumbent that I'd like to bring to the event I just heard about at the Santa Monica pier. I believe that the event will include alternatively powered vehicles and will take place some time this year at the SM pier. Please provide information about the event, such as date and time."
It would be great to have a speedy electric recumbent at the event.

It's my understanding, that the alternative powered vehicle show is be coordinated the City of Santa Monica. According to a representative of the city that is coordinating this event, it is going to take place sometime around the end of November or early December. There have been other reports from other people, whom don't work for the city, that it will be sometime in September.

Keep posted to the Cycle Santa Monica! Community forum and/or the Cycle Santa Monica! blog for updates on this event.

If you have the time, you might also call the City of Santa Monica to get more information about this event. If you find any more info please let me know what you find out and/or post it to the community forum or the CSM! blog.

It any other readers have any news, reports, or more information about this event, such as date, time, contact or information phone numbers, emails, and/or website addresses, please send that info to me. Thanks.

BTW, you might like to know that today is the last day of the "ALTERNATIVE POWER: Propulstion After Petroleum" (via ) (Map/Address/Phone) exhibit at the Peterson Automotive Museum. That exhibit includes what might be one of the first hybrid vehicles, the "1917 Woods Dual Power" on display.

The Peterson Automotive website give two different ending dates for this show, one being September 10th and the other being October 15th. To be on the safe side you might want to catch it today. Or you might call them to get the end date confirmed.

If you find out any more info about the end date, please let me know.

And if you go to see the show please let me know what you thought of it. And if you got any great pictures, please share them. Thanks.

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