Bike Walk Knoxville works to improve biking and walking opportunities in the Knoxville community. We work to make sure all ages and abilities in the community have safe and accessible streets for walking and biking.


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April 18, 2024 - Walk with Elected Officials

On Thursday, April 18, Bike Walk Knoxville staff and volunteers were joined by folks from across the Knoxville community for a Walk with Elected Officials in the Marble City, Pond Gap, Sutherland Heights, and Kingston Pike-Sequoyah Hills neighborhoods. Two members of City Council attended, Lauren Rider (District 4) and Charles Thomas (District 5), as well as Board of Education member Kat Bike (District 4). Several candidates for local office also participated - Charles Frazier (Knox County Commission - District 1), Garrett Holt (Knox County Commission - District 4), Matthew Park (Knox County Commission - District 9), and Patricia Fontenot-Ridley (Knox County School Board - District 3). We would also like to thank Knoxville Transportation Authority (KTA) Board member Dustin Durham, representatives of the City of Knoxville Greenways Commission, and members of staff from the City of Knoxville for walking with us, sharing their expertise and listening to community concerns. Read the report to learn more about what we discussed on the walk!

Read the tour report!


Upcoming Events

Jeff Roth Cycling Foundation 2024 Ride of Silence - May 15, 7:00 pm
Blount County Courthouse

Open Streets Knoxville - May 19, 2:00 - 6:00 pm
Happy Holler on North Central Street and Emory Place


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