by Jim Mann Having completed an east coast route from Key West to Bar Harbor, ME during 2011-12, Dennis Wirth and I began planning a tour across the country. Like our East Coast route, we decided to divide our trip into three sections. One of the advantages of trip division is being able →
The Spaghetti 100 by Pete Butler There are a lot of bike races worth winning, but if you live in the Panhandle, the big kahuna of events is The Spaghetti 100. It’s so important to the cycling community that it’s billed as the World Championship of Tallahassee. For roadies, this is the season ending event →
You’ll not find any bike lane project in the new draft cost feasible plan. Nothing along the Tennessee St/Mahan Dr corridor in spite of it being a US bicycle route. No bike lane on Olson Rd, a rare connection over the I-10. No uphill bike lane on Woodward Avenue connection College Town to the FSU →
If you care about transportation and have some time to spare, you can help decide the regions transportation priorities. This is close to the last possibility of providing your input in the long range transportation plan. The Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency (CRTPA) is now finalizing the list of projects that our region will try →
9th Annual Ride to Remember March 14th, 2015 Event Details The 9th Annual Ride to Remember , which benefits ElderCare of Alachua County and supports Al’z Place, an adult daycare facility for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and severe memory disorders. Date: March 14, 2015 Time: Registration at 8:00am / Bike Ride Begins at 9:00am Locations: Gainesville, Boulware Springs Park & Ocala, →
Event website: http://www.cyclingacrossamerica.com/event/monticello-bike-fest/ Registration: https://raceroster.com/events/2015/4018/monticello-bike-fest Questions? Contact: TrainingWithTracy@gmail.com Event Flyer
Saturday, October 4th, 10:00 am at the CCC Warehouse Unfortunately this event has been cancelled email email@example.com for more info.
While you might not be a transportation planner, you are driving, walking and especially riding our local roads. You’re the expert. Now is the time to submit projects that you think could be good improvements to our mobility and safety. You only get that chance once every five years, so it is important to make →