Greater Minnesota Program Manager
Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota
Natalie Gille grew up in Lauderdale, Minnesota, biking and walking to local parks, community events, church, and the mall, and continued commuting by bike in college at Bemidji State University. She is a League Cycling Instructor who teaches bike education, leads bike rides, helps plan Bike Month activities, and works with communities to become more bicycle friendly. She co-chairs the Minnesota Bicycle Advocates network, serves as a volunteer board member with the Minnesota Recreational Trail Users Association ("MRTUA") and is the Greater Minnesota Chair of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycling Professionals Minnesota chapter ("APBP MN"). Natalie is an active cyclist for both transportation and leisure, frequently choosing travel destinations based on whether they're pedestrian and bicycle friendly.
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