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Datz To Open In St. Pete

Datz, Tampa’s beloved foodie hotspot in South Tampa, is coming to St. Pete! The Tampa Bay Times confirmed the new restaurant will adjoin the forthcoming James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art at 180 Central Ave. There will also be a smaller Datz cafe inside the museum. (You can bet we’ll be Coasting to the • Read More »

Mayor Kriseman Declares Burg Buys Local Week In St. Pete

Mayor Kriseman has officially declared the week of September 24 – October 1 Burg Buys Local Week in the City of St. Petersburg, encouraging residents to shop at local businesses and help the community recover from the impact of Hurricane Irma. Olga Boff, Keep St. Pete Local Founder and President, explains: “Hurricane Irma may not • Read More »

Exclusive Coast Member Discount At TapHouse 61 In St. Pete

Formerly Sly Bar, TapHouse 61 is located in a hopping little neighborhood right by our hub at Central Ave and 21st Street N. Lock your bike, enjoy a cold craft beer – there’s a daily happy hour from 4-7pm (8pm on Fridays) – and watch the Grand Central District world go by from the sidewalk • Read More »

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 »

Rendering Released For Selmon Greenway Enhancements

The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority has approved $2.5 million for enhancements to the Selmon Greenway. Upgrades will include pocket parks, bike racks, landscaping and other amenities. Lighting additions will improve safety and visibility, while benches and public art will enhance the experience for bicyclists and pedestrians alike. Work has already begun, with the Authority adding • 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 »