The bike and charger are targeted at people who need communications but are not connected to the electric grid.
Thank you for bringing your Aquarium bike experience to our attention. The National Aquarium in Baltimore appreciates your conservation views and is seeking to improve our operations to improve our support of the bicycling community.
After careful review, the Aquarium is taking a boarder approach about how bicycles can fit into our long term plans. In the short term we have decided to add at least one new bike rack to our premises. We are seeking a location that will be more intuitive than the current 2 bike racks that we currently have. We will also place on our website information that would inform visitors about these rack and locations.
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The next MBAC meeting will be the 3rd Tuesday in January. Any pressing business before then can be conducted by email or phone.
The new bike will let people ride over sand and snow.
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<img width="108" height="73" align="left" src="http://www.baltimorespokes.org/images/articles/20061128182246218_1.jpg" alt="">As if his plan to turn an industrial waterfront in Southwest Baltimore into a "second downtown" was not grand enough, developer Patrick Turner thinks a new velodrome would be the perfect capstone to that project.
If Turner has his way, however, Baltimore will get one. He wants to build a velodrome as part of the massive project he is planning on the shores of the Middle Branch, a finger of the Patapsco River just two miles south of the Inner Harbor. A velodrome is an arena with banked tracks made specifically for bicycle racing, best known for its function in Olympic contests. Amateurs can ride public tracks for recreational purposes, but relatively few such arenas exist in the United States.