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They’re known for pizzas, and they refill your water bottle for free.

By | 2009-09-27T23:04:44+00:00 September 27th, 2009|Categories: Facilities, Routes|Tags: |

Joe Dits, the popular South Bend Tribune columnist, has unearthed another cyclist’s and walker’s gem: the Nickle Plate Trail. This 13-mile rail-trail extends from Peru (about 65 miles south of South Bend, Ind. and 68 miles north of Indianapolis) to Cassville, a dot on the map just north of Kokomo. […]

Bike Michiana for Hospice organizers breath sigh of relief

By | 2009-09-04T13:47:43+00:00 September 4th, 2009|Categories: Infrastructure, News, Routes|Tags: , , , |

Organizers had feared South Bend's new Riverside Trail would not be completed in time for the event due to a collapsed retaining wall. However the wall is currently being rebuilt, and pavement is expected to be ready for the upcoming September 13 ride. The wall at the intersection of Riverside and Oakwood has been jinxed [...]

New Michiana Bike Route Map Published

By | 2009-05-30T19:37:47+00:00 May 30th, 2009|Categories: Advocacy, Facilities, Infrastructure, News, Routes|

Update: an 11 MB PDF of the map is now available for download. The first-ever comprehensive St. Joseph/Elkhart Counties bike map is now available.  A joint effort of the Bike Michiana Coalition, local government, business and university, the folding map will first be distributed to cyclists who attend the South Bend Bike to Work Week events, June 1-5.  Afterwards, the map will [...]