Tag Archive: 'Fort Scott'
Posted on January 4, 2015 | No CommentsIn 1981, leaders in Fort Scott, Kansas turned down $129,000 from the Federal Bicycle Grant Program, which would have created a 2.3-mile bikeway on a former railroad line.Posted on February 12, 2014 | No CommentsPittsburg bike racks; Trails in Lawrence, Manhattan, McPherson, and Pittsburg; Snowstorm biking in Wichita, MTB race in Fort Scott; and MUCH more bicycling news from Kansas and the region!Posted on November 6, 2013 | No CommentsPittsburg Boy Scouts Ready to Ride, Baxter Springs Bike Trail Moves Forward, Abilene's Cowboy Trail, Stafford County Bike/Ped Plan, 2014 Wichita Bicycle Projects, and more bicycling news from the heartland.Posted on August 21, 2013 | No CommentsManhattan Infrastructure Improvements, Baxter Springs Trails Proposed, Wichita Bike/Ped Count, Fort Scott Riverfront Trails, and more bicycling news and events from Kansas and neighboring states.Posted on June 19, 2013 | No CommentsManhattan Seeks Volunteers For Bicycling Videos, Pittsburg Celebrates New Trail Grant, Garden City’s Talley Trail, Kansas airman to bike Iowa, Promoting Complete Streets in Barton County, and more bicycling news and events from Kansas and neighboring states.Posted on March 13, 2013 | No CommentsTrails For Kansas Tourism; Gunn Park Trails; Leavenworth County Trail Map; Bike Polo; and more bicycling news and events from Kansas and nearby states.Posted on February 20, 2013 | 2 CommentsBicycling news from Fort Scott, Gardner, Lawrence, Paola, Valley Center, and Wichita, as well as our neighboring states. Trails, bike lanes, bike plans and more!Posted on September 8, 2012 | No CommentsFort Scott, Kansas has amended their municipal code to remove an antiquated mandatory bicycle registration law. Well done, Fort Scott!Posted on July 18, 2012 | No CommentsSome photos and impressions from a test ride at the new Gunn Park Trails in Fort Scott, Kansas. Sweet!Posted on July 17, 2012 | 8 CommentsFort Scott, Kansas has a very unusual law that requires bicyclists, whether residents or visitors, to register their bicycle as soon as they enter the city. Here's how it works.