St. Pete

Deuces at I-275 Underpass Lighting and Landscape Improvement Project Groundbreaking

Work began on the Deuces-Interstate 275 Underpass Lighting and Landscape Improvement project this morning, with an official groundbreaking ceremony hosted by city officials and Mayor Kriseman. The Capital Improvement Project features aesthetic lighting and landscape improvements to the I-275 Underpass at 22nd Street South, including construction of new sidewalks and colored concrete surfaces in the • Read More »

5 Father’s Day Gifts For The Tampa Bay Dad

Still shopping for Father’s Day? No guilt trips here. Thankfully, there are a few days left to stock up on thoughtful gifts from local businesses. Buy something Dad will love, and support the community’s economy while you’re at it. Epicurean Hotel Spa Dads need pampering too. Treat them to the Hot Whisky Scour massage at • Read More »

5 Outdoor Exercise Classes To Coast To In Tampa And St. Pete

We’ve already talked about the benefits of exercising outdoors, but biking isn’t your only option. Here are five outdoor fitness classes to explore in Tampa and St. Pete. Even better: Each is easily accessible by bike, so you can put some pedal power behind your workout, too. Yoga in the Park FREE. Every Sunday, 6-7pm, • Read More »

New Restaurant Round-Up: 4 New Restaurants Coming To St. Pete

Recently named one of USA TODAY’s most underrated food cities on the East Coast, St. Pete’s food scene shows no signs of slowing down. Here are four new restaurants hitting our bikeable downtown soon. Dr. BBQ Known locally as “Dr. BBQ”, longtime member of the Barbecue Hall of Fame Ray Lampe is teaming up with • Read More »

St. Pete Rides: The African American Heritage Trail

There’s no better way to see a city than on a bike. Whether you’re visiting town for the first time, or you’ve lived here your whole life, there are always new pockets and neighborhoods to discover on two wheels. This week, we’re exploring The African American Heritage Trail, created by The City of St. Petersburg • Read More »

Construction Expected To Begin On New St. Pete Pier This Month

From its humble beginnings as a railroad trestle devoted to the delivery of goods into the city from Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg’s pier has seen a number of changes over its storied 100-year lifespan. Among other designs, the city has known the “Million Dollar” pier with its Mediterranean revival architecture, as well as the famed • Read More »

The World’s Largest Free LEGO Exhibition Coming To Tampa

Last year the Vinik Family Foundation brought us The Beach at Amalie Arena, a free immersive art installation featuring a 10,000 square foot, beach with an ‘ocean’ of 1.2 million recyclable white balls. This summer, thanks to the Foundation, guests can experience another free exhibition – The Art of the Brick – the world’s largest • Read More »

10 Tampa and St. Pete Events To Coast To In June

June is National Great Outdoors Month. There’s no better time to hop on a bike and appreciate our beautiful surroundings while Coasting to these Tampa Bay events. June 2 – Friday Concerts in the Park in Tampa 6-8pm, Water Works Park Live outdoor music to satisfy all tastes – from jazz to country to reggae • Read More »

#BikeInstead for National Bike Month

May is National Bike Month and there’s no better time to hop on a bike! Throughout May, we’re encouraging you to ditch the car and #BikeInstead while exploring local coffee shops, restaurants, museums, farmers markets, architecture, gardens and neighborhoods. Here’s how it works: Snap a photo of your adventures while biking and post it to • Read More »