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Bike Month for Richmond
Including a bike brewery crawl
On its march to become more bike friendly, the Richmond area is celebrating May as Bike Month. The Richmond Sports Backers Bike Walk RVA program is coordinating a month of bike-related events. Events range from kids’ bike parades (aka ‘Kidical Mass’), to rides with history, food, brews and even Star Wars themes.
In announcing the event, Sports Backers also announced Richmond’s first bike-friendly business district in the Bellevue neighborhood. Several businesses in the Bellevue neighborhood along MacArthur and Bellevue avenues have partnered in collaboration with Bike Walk RVA and Bellevue resident and BikeableRichmond.com to form the Bellevue Bike-Friendly Business District. Participating businesses will offer discounts and other specials for people who arrive by bike during the month of May. Participating businesses will be identified by window-clings displayed in their front windows starting May 1.
When I picture the arid lands of the American Southwest – mesas, deserts, and rugged mountains – I envision a rugged landscape of distances that give me room to breathe and open up my soul. I envision my early travels, time spent hiking, horseback riding, camping, and exploring ancient native sites. When I learned that the Land of Enchantment offers great skiing, too, I packed my warm clothes for some seasonal fun. After a few years of sabbatical from skiing, this was my chance to play in the snow. Read more at RichmondNavigator.com.
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And many more! For a more complete listing, search "Annie Tobey" on Richmond.com. Other spirited writing has appeared in Beer Advocate, All About Beer, The Roanoker, Blue Ridge Country, Richmond Magazine, and other local and regional publications.
When the leaves have all fallen, leaving the sharp silhouettes of trees against the sky, it’s time for snow, right? Time for winter sports, playtime in the fluffy stuff, sleigh rides, and blankets of sparkling white crystals? Perhaps, but not in Virginia.
Though we have all four seasons here in the Commonwealth, snow can be slow to arrive and quick to leave. How can we embrace the Virginia chill, come what may? By going where the experience will be unforgettable, whatever the weather! Read the article at RichmondNavigator.com