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Gwynne's Falls Trail

Gwynne's Falls Trail is officially open.

Secretary Flanagan, May O'Malley, the head of Rails to Trails were all there--and Congressman Ben Cardin (our next Senator?) took his bike for the 10-mile ride before the ceremony.

Take a spare inner tube and pump just in case there have been reports of lots og glass on the trail.

The official site is at

The Northern Chesapeake trail

The Northern Chesapeake trail from Easton-Lewes is getting started. Easton already has five miles. The state is giving AA the go-ahead to get started planning a trail along the light rail line from BWI to Harbor Hospital, i.e., connect with Gwynne\'s Falls trail


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Bike Pathsbuilding trails

Sign your name today to show your support for the development of new multi-use running and cycling trails in Calvert County, MD.
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Bike PathsBy Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer, People for Bikes


'Had it been successful, a separate sidepath system would have changed American history'

Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, in 1894. Photo:

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Indoor/Outdoor Recreation Meeting

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$2 million Jones Falls Trail extension planned

Bike PathsTrail to run between Cylburn Arboretum and Mount Washington Light Rail Stop

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Bike PathsVia What Weekly

Jess Bither writes her way under the highway.

It’s difficult to view Round Falls from the highway overhead; it’s even hidden to runners along the Jones Falls Trail. Round Falls is out of view, not easily accessible, and unknown to most people in Baltimore. I first became curious about this not-quite-natural-not-quite-urban environment thriving underneath the Jones Falls Expressway while living in Remington.
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My Droodle: Beauty and Mystery in Druid Hill Park

Bike Paths[B' Spokes: some lovely photos of Druid Hill Park and a lot of them can be seen from the Jones Falls Trail around the park.]
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Bike Bells for B&A Trails

Bike PathsIn an effort to increase safety along our trails, The Friends of A.A. County Trails are offering bicycle bells designed with their logo. Available for $12 per bell or $10 each for two or more (tax included), they can be purchased at the Earleigh Heights Ranger Station in Severna Park. Please bring cash or checks payable to “Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails.” Check office hours at 410-222-6244.

Via Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis & Anne Arundel County
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Jones Fall Trail connects cyclists, walkers with Baltimore’s hidden gems

Bike PathsBy Rona Kobell, Bay journal

Both natives and newcomers can discover this part of town on the Jones Falls Trail. This nine-mile trail begins near Cylburn Arboretum in the northern Baltimore neighborhood of Pimlico, about a half-mile from the famous racetrack. It meanders through leafy expanses before reconnecting with city roads and depositing riders at the Inner Harbor. It’s open for walkers and bikers, though it seems most of the people using it are on two wheels — they can cover more ground that way.

The ride is a rare opportunity to see a city as it could be: Shops and restaurants fully integrated with green space, a place where one can hop on a bike in the morning and, depending on how fast one rides, be at the Inner Harbor in an hour having a deli sandwich and watching the yachts go by.
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Catonsville Short Line Ribbon Cutting set for Saturday, October 19, 2013

Bike PathsCatonsville Rails To Trails will hold a ribbon cutting for the Catonsville Short Line on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 9 a.m. The event will be held behind Western School of Technology and Environmental Sciences located at 100 Kenwood Ave.
The public is invited!
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The C&O Canal National Historical Park will be closed for the duration of the government shutdown.

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During the shutdown, the Park is closed. This includes the towpath and all facilities. Visitation is strictly prohibited.

  • Visitor traffic, whether on foot, bike, or horse, is strictly prohibited.
  • Bicyclists planning rides from Pittsburgh to DC on the GAP and C&O Canal should plan to turn back at Cumberland.
  • All Visitors Centers are CLOSED.
  • Hiker/Bikers and campgrounds are CLOSED.
  • The Canal Quarters lockhouses are CLOSED.
  • All restroom facilities, both permanent and portable, are CLOSED.
  • Handles have been removed from all well pumps.
  • The only Park staff that will be on duty will be law enforcement rangers.
  • The portion of the Capital Crescent Trail that runs parallel to the towpath in DC is managed by the C&O Canal NHP and is CLOSED. 
  • All access roads to the Park are CLOSED. This means you will not be able to trailer boats to boat ramps along the towpath.
  • Interpretive and educational programming in the Park will be temporarily suspended. School field trips to the Park will need to be rescheduled once Park staff has returned.
  • Volunteer events and events requiring special use permits will not be able to take place.
  • All volunteers working in an official capacity should cease volunteer activities immediately and not enter the Park's premises.
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