St. Pete

The Best Burgers In Tampa Bay

We’ve rounded up the top joints to sink your teeth into some of the juiciest burgers in Tampa and St. Pete. From the classic, no-frills American to gourmet concoctions with a twist, Tampa Bay has no shortage of options. Here’s a guide to the best burgers near our hubs – because biking for burgers is • Read More »




SYSTEM UPDATE: Hurricane Irma

To prepare for potential Hurricane Irma disruptions, our kiosks have been disabled, and we have thinned bikes from some stations. The following stations – in flood-prone areas – will be temporarily removed Thursday, September 7, 2017: Bayshore & Rome in Tampa E Whiting St and Riverwalk in Tampa Bay Shore Dr & 5th Ave N • Read More »



Work Begins On City Of St. Pete’s New Bike Lanes

Work has already begun on the latest enhancements to the City of St. Pete’s infrastructure in support of bicyclists and pedestrians. (Here’s how we felt about new bike lanes being installed outside our St. Pete warehouse at 20th St and 2nd Ave S.) Workers will be installing even more bike lanes along the 30th Avenue • Read More »


Open Streets St. Pete Location And Date Determined

The location and date for this year’s Open Streets St. Pete has been determined. In partnership with Shift St. Pete and St. Pete Preservation, Sunday, October 29, 2017, will see Central Avenue – from 9th Street to 22nd Street – closed to cars from 11am-4pm. Pedal from the EDGE District to Grand Central, sampling everything • Read More »


ICYMI: A Bite-Sized Roundup Of Tampa Bay Happenings This Week

Been busy? Grab a coffee and have a quick scan through our bite-sized round-up of happenings near our hubs in Tampa Bay this week. We installed two new bike share stations in downtown Tampa this weekend. Franklin at Henderson provides easy access to Hidden Springs Ale Works and the soon-to-open Hall on Franklin (more on • Read More »


5 New Restaurants Open In St. Pete

Doc’s Louisiana Boil Bike past 32nd Street North and Central Ave and you might catch a whiff of spicy Cajun sausage and fried okra from Doc’s Louisiana Boil, which opened quietly last month. Bringing a taste of home-cooked Louisiana cuisine to downtown, diners can enjoy grouper po’boys, garlic noodles and shrimp, and traditional seafood boils • Read More »


Four Proposals Made For The Lease Of Former Manhattan Casino

Four proposals from parties interested in leasing the former Manhattan Casino, a city-owned space located at 642 22nd Street South, have been made. The 1.34-acre site features more than 15,000 square feet and 70 parking spaces. The two-story main building contains approximately 12,000 square feet, including a built out restaurant on the first floor. The • Read More »