Plans and Projects
Chattanooga Urban Area Bicycle Facilities Master Plan
Bike It and Like It or Rack ‘N’ Ride
Details on the Great Events
April 2nd – Bike It & Like It Kick-Off
On Wednesday, April 2nd, at 10:30 refreshments will be served and bus racks demonstration will be held at Cricket Pavilion. During the press briefing at 11 AM the Mayor Corker will announce Phase I status of the Bicycle Master Plan. The Mayor will conclude with a ribbon cutting ride of the newly constructed bicycle facilities. The Mayor, CARTA executives and the media will be attendance. We would like you there too! On the morning of this event the Chattanooga Bicycle Task Force will be leading a Bike To Work as a rally for the kick-off.
April 5th – Heritage Park Grand Opening
Saturday, April 5th, at Heritage Park – East Brainerd Rd. at Jenkins Rd.
Check-in at 7:00 AM, ride at 8:00 AM.
Grand Opening Ceremony with Mayor Bob Corker at 10:00 AM.
May 3rd – The 3 State/3 Mountain Challenge
Mayor Bob Corker will be Grand Marshall once again for the 3 State/3 Mountain Challenge100-mile “century” ride. The ride will have 25 and 50-mile options, and will include full support with aid stations along the route. Hugh Worthy says early and out-of-town registrations are coming in strongly, and he expects 600 riders will take part in the event.
May 4th – Bicycle & Skate Scavenger Hung
The Undercover Chattanooga Bicycle & Skate Scavenger Hunt will be a fun-for-all bicycle (and skate) scavenger hunt that will begin at Chattanooga Market in the Cricket Pavilion, and end at an undisclosed destination. Along the way, cyclists and skaters will visit hidden treasures and less well-known attractions of Chattanooga. At each location there will be clues, puzzles, and mental mysteries to engage and entertain while you enjoy a fun 3 hours discovering Chattanooga’s less touristy side. The Adventure Guild will host this event.
May 10th – Annual RiverPark Bicycle Rodeo
Will be coming soon…
May 31 – June 1 – ChooChoo Challenge
See document: http://www.choochoochallenge.org/ The First Annual ChooChoo Challenge will be held May 31-June 1. This event will benefit Memorial Hospital’s Cancer Resource Center. Volunteers and riders are needed
For more information contact Melissa Dickinson at: (423) 643-5900