The Bike Walk Macon team is working remotely. To break up the day, they walk, bike, and get some fresh air while practicing social distancing. Join their staff, board members, and local community members as they stroll, run, or ride in the next couple of weeks around Macon and Facebook live our adventures on the ... Read more
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This webinar is about the issue of bike shops being designated as essential businesses. Scheduled speakers include: Pete Piccolo from Bicycle Colorado, who successfully amended their state’s order to say the bicycle repair is essential. Galen Mook from MassBike, who is currently working to bring additional clarity to Massachusetts’s order, but has already clarified that local communities can deem ... Read more
Terrapin Beer Company has partnered with Bikes & Beer to be part of its Social Distancing Ride. The virtual ride will take place during the month of April, and each registered rider gets a rider kit including two beer tokens to be used when the tasting room in Athens reopens! More information.
For the next six weeks, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition will be offering a 6-lesson course. ONLINE! Whether you are riding our city streets out of necessity to get to work, to the pharmacy, to the grocery store, or to an appointment or you are wanting to just get out and move your body, the Atlanta Bicycle ... Read more
COVID19 has caused global upheaval in what feels like a blink of an eye. Mike Lydon, creator of The Open Streets Project, will explain what Tactical Urbanism is and how cities can, and are, leveraging its core principles to respond to this global crisis. And David Uniman Cruz, former Bicycle Manager for the city of ... Read more
During this time of extreme social distancing, much of the local guidance includes outdoor exercise as essential, and many public health experts are reinforcing the importance of being physically active. It’s vital to our wellness and boosting our immunity. However, many communities don’t have outdoor facilities equipped to handle the surge in use, especially as ... Read more
Communities around the world are adapting to a new normal. One unanticipated dilemma is how to enable people to walk, bike, and run outside while still social distancing. Popular parks and trails are filled with people exercising, getting some fresh air, and taking care of their mental health. Sidewalks and bike lanes are at capacity ... Read more
Every Friday Bike Walk Savannah will release a new virtual bike ride route for you to check out, ranging from 3-20 miles. They'll be doing the ride on Friday morning (weather permitting), and they encourage you to fit that week's ride into your schedule. More information.
During this webinar, we will dive more deeply into finding the correct grant or loans for your business, the process of applying for grants and loans and what those mean for your business and employees. We'll be joined by Burl Kelton, Public Affairs Specialist at the Small Business Association to help navigate Emergency Injury Disaster ... Read more
Staying physically active is important for both physical AND mental health, and is especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic. That's why Bike Walk Savannah is encouraging everyone to get out for a walk around their neighborhood or yard! Tune in on Wednesday for a prompt of something to share from your adventure, and take photos ... Read more
It's all about social distancing and coping with staying at home. Take a nice leisurely bike ride and post a video of your personal bike party in this facebook event. In your video, tell us why biking is important to you, your family, your kids, or your community. Ride fun, safe, and solo (or with ... Read more
The economic collapse brought on by the spread of COVID-19 has necessitated urgent action to protect our economy. With a $2 trillion emergency stabilization package already approved, Congress and the administration will continue developing other economic recovery legislation over the coming weeks and months. It should prioritize safety and increase access to jobs and other ... Read more
Hear three panelists share their current thinking on the transportation challenges that we are facing and how they’re responding and planning ahead. We will also discuss biking's unique role in the Coronavirus Era and how we can support more people to take up riding at this time.
Join the East Coast Greenway Alliance for this important interview with NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver. Silver and our Deputy Director Niles Barnes will discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting New York City parks and greenways, efforts to make sure all communities get the physical and mental health relief that is needed and ... Read more
As Congress plans for the country’s economic recovery from COVID-19, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) has been collecting compelling opportunities for trail and active transportation networks to play a critical role in getting people back to work while contributing to healthy, safe and equitable communities.
During this webinar we will explain how electric mountain bike (eMTB) pilot programs can assist land managers in making data-driven decisions regarding e-bike use on their trails. We will cover the basics on how to implement a pilot program, how pilot programs can benefit communities, and lessons learned from other land managers who have completed ... Read more