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New Baltimore Bicycle Alliance HAPPY HOUR THIS THURSDAY MAY 20th! Join One Less Car to kick-off the new Alliance with a celebration from 5:30-8PM at Kooper’s Tavern located at 1702 Thames Street on the waterfront in historic Fell’s Point.
Thursday morning Governor O’Malley will sign into law five important bike bills and we will celebrate this victory at Kooper’s Tavern!
With a $5 donation to One Less Car, Kooper’s will offer $1 off drafts, $2.50 rail drinks and $4.50 Guinness. Raffle prizes from Kooper’s Tavern, Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant, Woody’s Rum Bar, Island Grill and Joe’s Bike Shop. This Happy Hour also kicks-off Bike to Work Day – which is the following morning! Free t-shirts for Bike to Work Day participants! Kooper’s menu has something for everyone!
Let’s get together and have a blast – come and see your friends and meet new ones too!
After years of demand and years in the making, the first Baltimore Bike Map is here! This map shows the city’s bike infrastructure (both existing and soon to be completed) as well as routes commonly used by cyclists. The flip side is packed with information on safe cycling techniques, securing your bike and using your bike with transit.
Free maps are available from Baltimore Department of Transportation (410-396-6856) and pdfs will be available soon on the Bike Baltimore website (www.baltimorecity.gov/bike)
Within the coming weeks, we’ll have this map on its own Google Maps page where the public will be able to comment: where do you ride, where are bike improvements needed, etc.
Big Thanks go out to
Victor Miranda for all the cartographics!
Paula Simon at Highmeadow Design for the overall design and artwork!
Toole Design Group for the proofing and odds & ends!
Here’s a place you’ve probably seen a thousand times but never been to. The conservatory sits right on the JFT in Druid Hill park http://www.baltimoreconservatory.org/main.php. Makes for a nice ride destination, especially if you’re riding a high wheeler.