Thrive Allen County has been awarded another grant to help fund construction of the “King of Trails” bridge over Elm Creek on South Washington Avenue: People for Bikes, an industry coalition of bicycling suppliers and retailers, has awarded Thrive Allen … Read More
What does a Bike-Pedestrian Friendly Community look like? Join us in Humboldt for an informational open house and community conversation on Tuesday November 1st at 7pm. The Humboldt Public Library is located at 916 Bridge St, Humboldt, KS 66748 [map].
Allen County was once again the top local challenge in Kansas during the 2016 National Bike Challenge, with 128 riders logging 21,888 miles from May through September.
With one month left, Allen County cyclists have logged over 18,000 miles, and rank #6 in the 2016 National Bike Challenge!
Nice work, Allen County cyclists! We’ve recently moved up to #6 in the national rankings. Repeat: We are #1 in Kansas and #6 in the entire U.S.A.!
Through three months of the 2016 National Bike Challenge, Allen County cyclists have racked up over 9200 miles, and ranks #7 in the nation among Advocacy Challenges.
With the ribbon-cutting of the Lehigh Portland Trails, Allen County has now added over 20 miles of new trails in the last decade, adding to its growing reputation as the ‘King of Trails’.
One month into the 2016 National Bike Challenge, 120 Bike Allen County riders have logged 2,551 miles, and rank #108 in the nation among Advocacy Challenges: One-fifth of the way through the Challenge, we’ve nearly met our goal of 130 riders, … Read More
Acmat, the Allen County Multi-Agency Team, is hosting their annual family fun night on June 9th from 5:30-7pm in conjunction with Allen County Farmers’ Market on the downtown square in Iola.
Here in Allen County (the King of Trails!), we have a wide variety of trails to choose from for National Trails Day on June 4th.