#BikeYourBucketList – Enjoy A Bike Basket Picnic

A blanket, a pretty view, crunchy salads and sandwiches loaded with fresh vegetables. Is there anything more summer-like than a picnic? Whether you’re escaping the office for a lunch hour with a good book, or enjoying the sunset with the one you love, alfresco dining should definitely be on your summer bucket list.   Even • 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. St. Pete’s first Bicycle Friendly business, Black Crow Coffee, has teamed up with Sunscreen Film Society and Cinema Squatch to show the season two premiere of Stranger Things during a one-off • Read More »

#BikeYourBucketList – Bike To An Art Class

New York Magazine published a study on time recently; specifically why childhood summers seemed to stretch on forever, whereas adult summers appear to slip away in the blink of an eye. The answer, according to neuroscientist David Eagleman, a professor at Stanford University and the author of The Brain: The Story of You, is newness. • Read More »

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

Been busy? Grab a well-deserved Friday afternoon coffee and have a quick read through our bite-sized round-up of happenings around our hubs in Tampa Bay this week. St. Pete St. Petersburg’s 3 Daughters Brewing is one of 17 national finalists for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s “Dream Big Small Business of the Year” award. The • Read More »

#BikeYourBucketList – Visit An Ice Cream Parlor

Is there anything better on a hot summer’s day than a towering cone of ice cream? Sure, most of it ends up dripping down your arm, but that’s part of the fun. When it comes to ice-cream, there are two types of people: the ones who stick to the classics (soft serve vanilla in a • Read More »

Tampa’s First Street Mural Completed

Friends and neighbors congregated in Seminole Heights on Saturday to complete Tampa’s first street mural. The community received approval from the City of Tampa to paint the intersection of North River Boulevard and West Louisiana Avenue in 2016, in the hope it would act as a traffic calming measure as well as creating a unique • Read More »

Cycling Through History: Tampa’s Archives Awareness Week

The City of Tampa is celebrating Archives Awareness Week with exhibits taking place at local archives throughout the week of July 9, 2017 – 15, 2017 (also the city’s 130th birthday). As well as a busy program of events, some 30,000 photos of daily life have been made available to the public for the first • Read More »

#BikeYourBucketList – How will you spend 74 days of summer?

What are some of your favorite memories of summers past? Sand-between-your-toes, huge slabs of watermelon in picnic baskets, strawberry-flavored ice-cream, fireworks, barbeques and balmy evening bike rides with friends? Every year we vow to make the most of the season and every year the seemingly endless summer days slip away that little bit faster. This • Read More »