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Tag Archives: biking
Dream Ride York is a new event hosted by Eat Play Breathe York, the City of York and the many organizations and businesses focused on making York and York County a more bike-friendly community. Dream Ride York provides a venue … Continue reading
When Amber Warrington hops on her stationary bike in the basement of her Red Lion home, she is focused. Head straight, eyes set ahead, she leans in to the handle bars and steadies her legs on the peddles. The 38-year-old … Continue reading
Wes Rosselet decided he needed a change of pace when he picked up his bicycle. The 30-year-old Penn Township man graduated from Liberty University in Virginia with a degree in English in 2008. But after accepting the paper he hoped … Continue reading
Whether you want to bike, jog or kayak this summer, there are plenty of parks and clubs to explore in and around York County.
The City of York Named a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists
As thousands participate in Bike to Work Week nationwide, the League of American Bicyclists has announced its latest round of Bicycle Friendly Community (BCF) awards, including the City of York at the Bronze level. With nearly 40 million Americans bicycling … Continue reading
Since 2008, the City of York has been designated a Playful City USA member. Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 13, 2014, we find out if we have been awarded the title for the 7th year in a row! WE KNOW we are … Continue reading
Bike in York Week returns on Monday, May 12, and extends through May 18th. The Eat Play Breathe York Transportation Task Force’s goal for the week is to increase awareness through events and educational resources. For more information contact Shaun Underkoffler, York City … Continue reading
Last summer I attacked my fear of hills with a vengeance and biked up Copenhaffer Road. Both sides. Without walking my bike. But hills still scare me a little bit – I think they always will.
A safety tip as simple as wearing a helmet can prevent injuries — sometimes fatal — as bikers take to the trails and streets this summer.
Every year it is a struggle to get through the winter. From December to March I find myself wishing my life away, saying I can’t wait until it is warm out so I can go biking. I really need to find a winter sport other than surfing Pinterest and complaining on Facebook about how much I hate the gym and pretty much everyone who goes there. And I really do hate the gym. Getting out of bed when it is pitch black out and -2 degrees, when there is a warm body next to you refusing to get up with you, is a harder than refusing birthday cake on your birthday.