Recap of Bikes and Beers Social and Bike Ride

We had a great turnout at our inaugural Bikes and Beers Social event at the Waters End Brewery in Lake Ridge, VA. 25 Cyclists came out for the pre-event ride around Lake Ridge and Dale City, and some additional folks came out just for the beer and conversation, including Ryan Delaney, Prince William County’s Park’s Dept Trails Planner.

Inaugural Active Prince William Bikes and Beers ride participants

Inaugural Active Prince William Bikes and Beers ride participants

Thanks to Waters End Brewery for hosting, thanks to Potomac Pedalers for supporting the ride, and thanks to Village Skis and Bikes for providing the bike racks. We are already talking about Bikes & Beers 2… Stay tuned.

 

Most Recent Posts

Vision Zero April 17, 2017 - I always find it interesting when talking to people about traffic crashes and fatalities, they seem to be resigned to the fact that there will always be carnage on our roads. But if you ask them how many traffic fatalities would be acceptable in their own family the answer is always zero. So why do […]
Join the Manassas Community Conversations September 7, 2017 - The City of Manassas is holding a series of “Community Conversations” to gather ideas, priorities, and visions for the community’s future from individuals, families, neighbors, business professionals, and community leaders. This is your opportunity to shape Manassas by sharing your perspectives and providing input on key topics such as quality of life, services, transportation, land […]
Free Trail Building Seminar, September 9 & 10, at Hellwig Memorial Park September 6, 2017 - Prince William County news release, dated August 28, 2017 http://www.pwcgov.org/news/pages/learn-to-build-trails.aspx Prince William County Department of Parks and Recreation will host a two-day Trail Building Seminar on Sept. 9 and 10 at Hellwig Memorial Park, at 14420 Bristow Road, for enthusiasts who want to learn how to build and maintain trails. No experience is necessary for […]

 

OUR PRIORITIES
Over the next year, Active Prince William will be focused on the following priorities:

  • Mapping Existing Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure – To Find Out What We Have and Where There are Unmet Needs that Should be Addressed
  • Park & Ride Lot and Virginia Railway Express (VRE) Station Bicycle and Pedestrian Accessibility and Bicycle Parking
  • Safe Routes to Schools and Bicycle Parking at Schools
  • Growing Bicycling Friendly Businesses