Category Archives: News
There is BY FAR more trail construction, design and planning underway than ever in the history of Anne Arundel County! BikeAAA works with the Anne Arundel County Bicycle Advisory Commission and other County and … Continue reading
Bike parking provide safe places to lock up a bike and let the public know that “Bikes are welcome and expected here!” Through a variety of sources, more bike racks are coming to Anne Arundel County and the … Continue reading
BikeAAA has worked with City of Annapolis and County staff providing input on locations and rollout for the area’s first bikeshare program. The initial program will have 50 bikes and 10 stations mainly in the greater downtown Annapolis area. … Continue reading
During the 2018 session BikeAAA worked closely with Bike Maryland and other advocates to secure new bike safety legislation. We also had the benefit this year of the work done by the Maryland Bicycle Safety Task Force created by … Continue reading
Jon received the Explorer Award at the annual Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails meeting in October, 2017. Click for the story in the Severna Park Voice.
Jon Korin’s Op-Ed about Anne Arundel County transportation planning in the Dec. 6, 2017 Capital.
Great feature in the Capital on Tom Caraker, age 83, who rides the trail almost every day!
2017 Lifeline100 in the news: Dec. 10, 2017 Capital Gazette: $33,000 Proceeds to Nonprofits September, 2017 Severna Park Voice: Upcoming Lifeline 100 Lifeline 100 Bicycle Event Awards $33,000 to Anne Arundel Non-profits The fourth annual Anne Arundel County Lifeline 100 Bicycle … Continue reading
The 2018 session is underway and BikeAAA is working closely with Bike Maryland to prepare for new bike safety legislation. We also have the benefit this year of the work done by the Maryland Bicycle Safety Task Force created … Continue reading
2017 Bike to Work Day Announcements Include AAMC Becomes First County Bike-friendly Business and Unveiling of New Bike Racks in Annapolis
Hundreds of cyclists met up at different locations around the county or just rode from home to work on May 19, 2017 National Bike to Work Day. In Annapolis, Conty Executive Schuh, Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides, County Councilman … Continue reading