Bike Month in Trenton!

May is National Bike Month and we're excited about some events happening right here in Trenton! Join us for any and all of the following: Friday, May 2 First Friday Social Ride - "The Garden…

Thankful in Trenton

Bicyclists and pedestrians in Trenton have much to be thankful for this season. In addition to Trenton's city council unanimously passing a complete streets policy in March, tangible improvements have been appearing in our community…

Bad Bill for Biking

New Jersey transportation groups issue Federal Transportation Bill Statement after conference bill details released. "Despite a dramatic increase in bicycle and pedestrian commuters in Trenton and other New Jersey communities, the federal transportation bill heads…

Ride to Bordentown

On September 17, several members of Trenton Cycling Revolution attempted to ride to Bordentown, traveling through South Trenton. Near the entrance to an off-road trail, we found some illegally dumped garbage. We reported this dumping…

Federal Funding for Bike and Pedestrian Projects

With dedicated federal funding under attack this fall, Trenton Cycling Revolution sent a letter to Senator Lautenberg regarding the importance of transportation enhancements. Here is one piece of the letter: "Bicycle and pedestrian improvements can…

Cyclists Invited to Take to the Streets in…

TRENTON, N.J. —Bicycle enthusiasts, families, kids, local neighbors and out-of-towners are invited to attend the 15th Annual Trenton Bike Tour through historic Trenton on Saturday, May 21, 2011, organized by local cycling advocacy group Trenton…

Bike to Work Week, May 16-20

Yesterday, I biked to work and it was great to be on the road again. And there were a LOT of bikers sharing the streets of Trenton! I counted more than a dozen downtown; maybe…

DOT Issues Complete Streets Policy

TCR applauds Department of Transportation Commissioner Dilts for signing a Complete Streets policy. Read more about it from our colleagues at WalkBikeJersey and the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia. Let's hope that future road decisions…