Archive for November, 2007
This week’s Pitch has a column by David Martin covering some of the issues around getting access to levees for trail use. The Pitch: Held Back
Mid-America Regional Council’s Bicycle/Pedestrian Committee brings together politicians, planners, engineers, advocates, and others. More info
Today Missouri government officials announced a settlement with the Ameren utility company over the collapse of the Taum Sauk dam and reservoir in central Missouri. One part of the much larger settlement includes the extension of Katy Trail State Park to the KC metro area. This is a momentous development in a long struggle to [...]
Cranksgiving 2007 was featured on KCUR recently. Listen to the story, and check out photos from the event.
This great costume from the Halloween Critical Mass shows the Missouri Department of Transportation with its head up its ass
The Pitch has the story of a naked bike ride busted in the Crossroads on First Friday earlier this month.
Let’s Go KC has an update on bicycle, pedestrian, and transit regulations in the city’s new development code, the thing that controls where/what/how things get built in the city. It is shaping up to be a pretty step forward for making the city more bike/ped friendly, thanks to many of you who wrote letters to [...]
Christmas in the Sky is a fireworks display to kick off Christmas in the Park, Jackson County’s annual holiday light display at Longview Lake. This year the swell folks at The Bicycle Shack are leading a group ride around the lake to check out the fireworks and lights. Here are the details.
Join a group of cyclists at The Bicycle Shack in South KC for an evening ride around Longview Lake to check out the lights and fireworks at Jackson County’s annual Christmas in the Sky event. From Jim Coggins: The Longview Lake’s Christmas in the sky ride is this Wednesday night, November 21. We leave the [...]
A new blog to keep everyone updated on the new mountain bike trails soon to be built on some amazing terrain in the heart of the city. Construction starts this winter! www.swopetrails.com