Posts Tagged ‘Juneteenth’
Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011
Last Saturday, the Major Taylor Bicycling Club (a non-profit social/recreational bicycling club geared toward the African-American communities in Minneapolis and St. Paul) hosted a “family ride” for all ages along the Mississippi River. More than 50 bicyclists rode along the river and into north Minneapolis, enjoying a wonderful morning (before the rain arrived later that day).
Below are a few photos from the event.
The following is a post written by Hilary Reeves, communications director, Bike Walk Twin Cities, that originally ran in the Downtown Journal. Now that Nice Ride bikes are tucked away for the winter, consider using the bus for your quick trips to lunch, meetings, doctor’s appointments, or shopping. Using Metro Transit is an ideal way
The following is a post written by Bri Whitcraft, Special Projects Coordinator, Bike Walk Twin Cities. It all started with a video as inspiration and a Tweet as declaration. (My mom thought it was a joke.) Map & Route From my home in South Minneapolis, I biked to St. Paul to borrow the trailer from
The following is a post written by Hilary Reeves, communications director, Bike Walk Twin Cities, that originally ran in the Southwest Journal. Practical, affordable and surprisingly rewarding, winter bicycling has become increasingly popular in Minneapolis, recently named one of the top five cities in the nation for winter bicycle commuting by MetaEfficient. That’s amazing when