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Theo Morrison to Speak at Maui Bicycling League Meeting

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Theo Morrison. Courtesy photo.

Theo Morrison. Courtesy photo.

By Maui Now Staff

The public is invited to a free talk, “Making Good Change Happen on Maui,” by community leader Theo Morrison, at the monthly meeting of Maui Bicycling League on Wednesday, June 17, at 7 p.m. at Pacific Whale Foundation’s Discovery Center on the ocean level of the Māʻalaea Harbor Shops.

MBL steering committee members will meet from 6 to 7 p.m.; the public is invited to observe the discussion and become involved with MBL’s committees.

Morrison, the executive director of Lahaina Restoration Foundation, was the former executive director of Lahaina Bypass Now, an organization that worked to establish the Lahaina Bypass and a supporter of multi-modal forms of transportation.

Lahaina Bypass Now installed multiple bike racks in Lahaina and lobbied to ensure that the widening of the Honoapiāʻilani Highway in Lahaina included a landscaped median, bike lanes and a sidewalk.


“Theo has an amazing entrepreneurial spirit and a proven ability to get things done in the West Maui community,” said Saman Dias, Maui Bicycling League board co-chair. “As a new nonprofit working to make Maui a safer place for bicyclists, we are delighted to have Theo present some of her work and her insights to our group and all who wish to attend.”


Maui Bicycling League is a recently formed chapter of Hawaiʻi Bicycling League.

To learn more, call Dias at (808) 633-8553, ext. 100, send an email or go to the MBL website.

You can follow Maui Bicycling League on Facebook or learn more at

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