Bike Walk Tennessee advocates for better biking and walking in Tennessee.

    Tennessee 17th Most Bike Friendly State in America

    The League of American Bicyclists has ranked Tennessee as the seventeenth most bike friendly state in America, and the second most bike friendly state in the American South. The interactive map below will allow you to compare and contrast states across the nation.

    Nashville to Host 2014 Tennessee Bike Summit

    The City of Nashville, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, and Walk Bike Nashville will be working together to host the next Tennessee Bike Summit on May 14, 15 and 16 2014. Stay tuned to the Bike Walk Tennessee website in the coming months for locations and workshop ideas.

    Help Make Tennessee a Better Place

    Your support is what has helped move Tennessee from the 44th most bike friendly state in the nation to 17th. We count on memberships and support from stakeholders across Tennessee to do the advocacy that has made Tennessee a better place to walk and bike.

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    Charges Filed in Pedestrian Death

    Elena Zamora’s young life was cut short on December 19, 2013 by the careless and criminal behavior of a truck driver in downtown Nashville. Bike Walk Tennessee contacted law enforcement and the local District Attorney’s office encouraging an …

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    Bill Introduced to Implement “Idaho Stop Law” for Tennessee Cyclists

    House Bill 1470 was introduced by Representative John Ragan of Oak Ridge. It is co-sponsored by Senator Bill Ketron of Murfreesboro. HB 1470 – SB 1758 would, in essence, allow cyclists to treat stop signs and red lights as yield …

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    Bike Walk Tennessee and Jeff Roth Foundation Call for Justice

    Anders Swanson was riding his bike on Raccoon Mountain when he was buzzed by a pickup and blasted by an air horn. Many bicyclists have endured similar acts of harassment but Anders reported the incident to the police and …

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