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Believe in bikes

The world needs more people on bicycles and more greenways, bike lanes and bike highways that connect people.

Help save the world. Ride a bike!

From your friendly biking librarian.

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Library system lets you check out bicycles using your library card

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This first ever summit for the southeast region of the U. S. will be in Chattanooga, TN April 20-21.

“This first-of-its-kind conference in the Southeast will bring together transportation and tourism officials from states across the region, as well as local stakeholders from the Greater Chattanooga area. The goal of the Summit is to share best practices for developing, designating, and promoting bicycle route networks and to begin articulating a broader vision for the role of bicycle tourism in the Southeast.”

The Tennessee Bicycle Summit will be April 22-23 also in Chattanooga.

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In praise of slow cycling

This is all about how to encourage more everyday people to ride bicycles as transportation and leave the car at home.

 

 

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Learn how to use active transportation to get around Nashville.

http://walkbikenashville.org/walkbikeuniversity

 

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I move because…

Read about why different Nashvillians move.

http://blog.walkbikenashville.org/

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http://www.bikearlington.com/pages/biking-in-arlington/winter-cycling/

Fall bike to work day in Nashville, TN is Thursday, Nov. 20. A group will leave the Richland Creek Greenway trail-head at 7:05.  Everyone is welcome to join in, and try commuting by bike. It’s a lot of fun, even in the cold.

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