About Fine Wordworking
Since 2009, as a public service, Fine Wordworking provides the majority of support for the Bicycling Monterey website and projects.
About Fine Wordworking
Bicycling Monterey projects supported by Fine Wordworking include:
- The HER Helmet Thursdays Project.
- A wide range of bike advocacy actions, including filling in some gaps for local municipalities and agencies; initiating new activities and supporting existing activities for Bike Week in Monterey County; bike community-building events, bike safety events, and other outreach activity for bike safety, including to Spanish speakers.
- Launching and coordinating the Monterey County Probation Department Youth Center bicycle repair and safety class.
- Supporting the launch of Monterey County’s first Open Streets event, Ciclovia Salinas.
Recognizing the value of these and other Bicycling Monterey projects, the Transportation Agency for Monterey County presented Mari Lynch, owner of Fine Wordworking, with a Transportation Excellence Award. Mari was also honored as a finalist for a national Alliance for Biking and Walking award.
Bicycling Monterey is recognized by the Alliance for Biking & Walking, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, City of Monterey, City of Salinas, City of Seaside, Transportation Agency for Monterey County, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey-Salinas Transit, National Steinbeck Center, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Monterey Bay Unified Air Pollution Control District, Community Alliance for Safety and Peace, Monterey Institute of International Studies, California State University Monterey Bay, Hartnell College, Stevenson School, Big Sur International Marathon, Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey Green Action, Sierra Club-Ventana Chapter, Monterey Off Road Cycling Association, Naval Postgraduate School Foundation Cycling Club, Sea Otter Classic, Velo Club Monterey, California Bicycle Coalition, Open Streets Project, Smart Growth America, UC-Berkeley CATSIP, People Power of Santa Cruz, Bike to Work – Santa Cruz, and many others, and recommended and featured by media including KUSP Central Coast Public Radio, KSBW, the Monterey County Weekly, the Salinas Californian, and the Monterey County Herald.