Ask our biking experts your summer cycling questions
The cities of Covington and Newport are partnering with Tri-State Trails to develop a bike plan to improve safety for cyclists. The plan has been in the works since the death of a cyclist in Northern Kentucky last year. Residents are calling for better bike infrastructure, including protected bike lanes with traffic barriers on bridges.
Meanwhile, Red Bike is expanding into more neighborhoods with its most recent stations moving into Walnut Hills. The bikeshare program is having its highest ridership year-to-date.
There's a lot to talk about with our cycling experts so we're devoting the full hour to summer biking. We'll get tips for cycling in the summer heat and answer your questions.
- Wade Johnston, executive director, Tri-State Trails
- Doug McClintock, executive director, Red Bike
- Fraser Cunningham, engineer and volunteer bike mechanic, MoBo Bicycle Coop
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