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Our community is a great place to ride a bike. Chattanooga was first named a bicycle-friendly community by the League of American Bicyclists in 2003. In 2012, Chattanooga became the first city in Tennessee to launch a municipal bike share program. In 2014, Chattanooga became the first city in Tennessee classified as a silver-level bicycle friendly community, as well as the first city in Tennessee with a bicycle-specific traffic signal.
The first-ever Southeast Regional Bicycle Tourism Summit was hosted in Chattanooga in 2016 and highlighted the regional appeal of bicycle tourism and our connections to the U.S. Bicycle Route System (route 21 connects Chattanooga to Atlanta). Great greenways & biking opportunities continue to roll out regionally, including the Wolftever Creek Greenway in Collegedale, the Ringgold Nature Trail, and more!