Tennessee Valley Bicycles Moves to a New Downtown Home

  As downtown businesses go in our current era, Tennessee Valley Bicycles is a long-timer. (Complete profile here) With stores, restaurants and businesses of various sorts proliferating almost faster than we can keep track, TVB has been on Magnolia – now at it’s third spot in the same building – for almost ten years. Previously […]

USA Cycling National Championships Coming to Knoxville

In a great coup for Visit Knoxville and the Visit Knoxville Sports Commission, the USA Cycling Pro Road and Time Trial National Championships will be held in Knoxville, with courses starting and ending in the Old City on June 24 – 25. The courses were unveiled in a press conference at the Visitor Center, yesterday. […]

Getting Cars Off the Street and a Couple of National Shout-Outs for Knoxville

Today we’ll look at some of the issues we talk about or reference often on this city and I’ll share some of the good reading I’ve done recently on each of the topics. We’ll end with a couple of feel-good shout-outs to Knoxville from a national conservation group for good work being done in our […]

Can We Talk About Lady Parts?

UT seniors Sasha Reed and Zara Saponja have a different meaning in mind for the phrase they’ve chosen as the name for their new series of bicycle maintenance classes for women. They are on a mission to grow the ranks of women who are confident not only cycling, but also in basic bicycle maintenance and […]

Downtown Knoxville Hosts 2016 Tour de Lights

The 2016 Tour de Lights rolled from Market Square through the streets of Knoxville last Friday night and for the third consecutive year, organizers estimated the crowd at over 1000 participants. Certainly, the square was full of decorated, colorful bikes, people of all ages and a lot of smiles. There was one – and at […]