The Baltimore region is designated as a
<img width="160" height="76" align="left" src="http://www.baltimorespokes.org/images/articles/20051011130751548_1.jpg" alt="">A very well done article about the Gwynns Falls Trail, it invites the reader to explore the many areas of the trail as well as mentioning some of the rough spots. And one of our favorite bike shops is mentioned as well.
Photo: Left to right: Elizabeth Preston, League of American Cyclists; Angela Atwood-Moore, NIH Bicycle Commuter Club; Barry Childress, BaltimoreSpokes; Jack Cochrane, MoBike. Photo Credit Tchad Moore.
The article hints at but does not really get to the point about how fuel prices are related to economic growth and not just here but world wide.
So while the president may recommend driving less and having less money to spend on other things besides gas. I recommend ride more, do more fun things by bike and have money to buy the things you like.
Everyone has ridden Rails to Trails but this is completely different.
This trail puts you in a time and place that never existed. Post Apocalyptic America. You ride on a broken, 4 lane highway with the forest crushing in on both sides. Then you get to the abandoned tunnels. Is this the past of the future? This is the only abandoned Interstate turned into bike trail anywhere.
We need your help!
We have just gotten our web site up and are looking for members and volunteers to help develop the trail. The Friends of Pike 2 Bike ask that you pass on our web address to your biking friends and that you consider joining the most unique and weird bike trail anywhere. The benefits are worth the cost.
See what I mean at <a href="http://www.piketobike.org">http://www.piketobike.org</a>
The Draft Eastern County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan was developed by an advisory Action Committee composed of local citizens, elected officials and government staff. Taking input from citizens who live, work and play in the area, the Action Committee's plan identifies future pedestrian and bicycle improvements. The plan, which covers the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Council Districts, is the first phase of what will eventually be a County-wide plan.