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.
We had a blast riding to school with students and families and South Knoxville Elementary School and Sequoyah Elementary School! National Bike to School Day was May 5, but any day is a great day to ride your bike to school! If you participate, make sure to tag us in your pictures with #BTSDKnox
May is Bike Month, and we hope you'll join us in celebrating! Bike Walk Knoxville is proud to have partnered with lots of other local organizations to help create the Knoxville Bike Month Guide. The Guide includes lots of fun biking events this month, as well as details on special offers for cyclists to take advantage of! We'd also like to say a huge thank you to our partners at Knoxville Smart Trips for making this possible. Check out the Guide!
Our President, Dr. Caroline Cooley, presented to the MLK Corridor Steering Committee on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 about how zoning and active transportation infrastructure can benefit the work they are doing to improve the East Knoxville community. Click here to learn more!
This year, we wanted to highlight Cumberland Avenue by conducting a survey about how community members feel walking and biking in that area, as well as by giving community members and elected officials the opportunity to experience biking on Cumberland at our spring bike tour. Click here to read the results of our survey, and check out this link to learn about what we discussed at our spring bike tour!
Upcoming Events - Save the Dates
Community Bike Ride
May 24, 2021 - 6:00 pm
Support Bike Walk Knoxville
Our ability to affect positive change in Knoxville is only as great as the number of supporters we have. We invite you to support bicycling and walking in Knoxville by making a tax-deductible gift. If you would like to make a donation, click below.