Knoxville’s Bike Share Program Expands, Improves Before It Starts

By S. Heather Duncan Inside of Knoxville contributor With the expansion of the Urban Wilderness and the addition of a “black diamond” downhill course and new BMX track in South Knoxville, biking has become part of the city’s identity. Yet despite several proposals in the past, Knoxville has lacked the kind of bike share program […]

Cycling, Buses, Cars, Walking and More: Recent Articles

I realize I’ve fallen behind on sharing articles I find on the topics we cover. I realize this because I’ve got several dozen bookmarked and not used for articles. I accumulate them and look for connecting threads which aren’t always readily apparent. So, today I’ll share several from the last several months which are loosely […]

Kickstand Prepares to Provide Necessary Cycling Infrastructure; Could Use Your Help

I’ve mentioned Kickstand several times over the years. It’s been just over three years since I wrote a full article about the group. In that time they’ve continued their mission of putting bikes in the hands of children and adults who need them. Some of the bikes are given directly, but most are given through […]

USA Cycling Championships Deliver in Knoxville

What an incredibly great Sunday! The sun came out mid-morning, the humidity stayed below normal and a perfect day was set for cycling. Knoxville came out into the streets and the hillsides and exciting races ensued. By the end of the day USA Cycling officials made it clear they intend to return next year. The […]

Bike Boat Brew and Bark – And That Doesn’t Come Close to Covering It

It’s really almost too big to wrap my head around for a small article. Knoxville is known for many things and we aspire to be known by others. Cycling, water sports, craft breweries and being dog friendly are increasingly part of our DNA. Bike Boat Brew and Bark is an annual event sponsored by Visit […]