Tuesday, May 16, 2017 10:38 AM


Bike Chattanooga has stations on the Riverwalk. (Photo: Chattanooga Area Convention and Visitors Bureau)

Residents are invited to participate in a variety of programs surrounding National Bike to Work Day Friday.

GreenTrips,[1] in partnership with Allegra Allergy and others, will offer a fun-filled day of biking activities[2], including a free community breakfast, an afternoon street block party and a dinnertime trek on Stringer's Ridge.

Bike Chattanooga[3] will offer complimentary 24-hour access passes during the event. Guests can visit any of Bike Chattanooga's 37 kiosks to take advantage of the opportunity. The pass includes unlimited station-to-station trips lasting fewer than 60 minutes. Access is provided by Allegra Allergy.

Festivities begin with the annual Bike to Work celebration and breakfast from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. in Miller Plaza. Volunteers from area neighborhoods are organizing routes and meeting places for those who want to participate in a group ride.

Routes are scheduled for St. Elmo, Highland Park, Chickamauga Dam via Riverwalk, North Chattanooga and Hill City.

Admission to the breakfast is free. Click

News source: Nooga.com

See also: Grace Frank Group