Recently I was planning the route for a Puddlecycle ride called “The Two Bridges” that goes over both the I-5 and I-205 bridges staying on the Vancouver side of the Columbia River. The goal was to stay as close to the river as possible. This was initially easy, as Vancouver has the Renaissance Trail that … Read more
Bike Clark County founder Eric Giacchino.(Photo by J. Maus/BikePortland) Bike Clark County celebrated its second anniversary with a party Friday night in Vancouver attended by bike activists and enthusiasts from all over the county. And there was also one notable attendee from Portland, author and journalist Jeff Mapes, who journeyed up by bike over the … Read more
Clark County residents take note: September 30, 2013 Contact: Laurie Lebowsky, Community Planning (360) 397-2280 ext. 4544, firstname.lastname@example.org Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee seeks two members Vancouver, WA – The Board of County Commissioners is seeking applicants to fill two vacancies on the Clark Communities Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. The committee serves as an … Read more
If you think projects like this new buffered bike lane in Vancouver are the right direction for Washington, it’s time to make your voice heard.(Photo: Dan Packard) Do you like the new buffered bike lanes along MacArthur in Vancouver? Want a multi-use path out to Vancouver Lake? How about a 33 mile trail through the … Read more
After months of advocacy and activism, people who use bikes finally have a model transportation corridor along a portion of a major east/west bicycle route.