Posted: Apr 30, 2015 by
May is National Bicycle Month, and GreenTrips is celebrating with community partners, bicycle shops and advocacy organizations, and all of our friends and neighbors with two fun-filled opportunities to enjoy Chattanooga on two wheels. 
Bike to the Ballpark
Join GreenTrips, Bike Chattanooga, Outdoor Chattanooga and Bike Walk Chattanooga as we root for the home team as the Lookouts take on the Jacksonville Suns on Sunday, May 3rd. The game starts at 2:15 pm, but please join us beforehand as we leave from the Finley Stadium and Outdoor Chattanooga Bike Chattanooga Stations and bike to the ballpark. We will have a bike valet, fun activities, and giveaways while supplies last. One lucky GreenTrips winner will even be throwing the opening pitch, so make sure to bring your friends, your family, and your friends' families to AT&T Field on May 3rd. 
  • Sunday, May 3rd
  • Bike-in routes: Leave at 1:15 from Finley Stadium and Outdoor Chattanooga Bike Chattanooga Stations. 
  • Bike Valet, Activities and Giveaways start at 1:30 pm
  • Ballgame starts: 2:15 pm
Bike to Work Day
Join GreenTrips, Outdoor Chattanooga, Bike Chattanooga, the Chattanooga Department of Transportation, the Chattanooga Police Department's Safe Bicycling Initiative, the River City Company and many more sponsors and supporters on May 15th for Bike to Work day.
This year, we will be leading several bike-in routes to our FREE Bike to Work Breakfast at Miller Plaza. We will have free breakfast, escorted bike-in routes, and Mayor Berke will be unveiling a new plaque in honor of Chattanooga's recognition as a Silver-level Bicycle Friendly Community by the American League of Bicyclists. No Bike? No Problem! Bike Chattanooga stations will be offering FREE trips all day.*
  • Bike-in Routes: Depart at 7:00 am
  • Free Bike to Work Breakfast: 7:30 - 9:00 am
  • Unveiling of Chattanooga's Silver-level Recognition by Mayor Berke: 7:45 am
  • 24-Hour Passes for Bike Chattanooga: All Day!*
*Free station-to-station trips of less than 60 minute duration. Users are still responsible for fees resulting from using bicycles for more than one hour. 


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