Sunday Sept. 30th |8 a.m. | 202 and McQueen, Chandler
Bring the whole family down for this safety and awareness event which will include family rides, guest speakers and bike safety education. All proceeds to AZ disabled sports. Visit http://brettsaksfoundation.org/for more details.
Free parking | $5 attendance per family
$10 per individual for safety ride | $25 per family for safety ride | Tot ride for ages 5 & under is free
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Our friends and sponsors at SanTan Brewing are hosting a Brews Cruise on Sunday, February 19th during AZ Beer Week. A fun and easy bike ride from SanTan Brewing in Chandler with stops at Majerle’s, Uncle Bear’s, and Coach and Wille’s to watch the Suns play the Lakers.
$20 gets you a beer and food at SanTan and a beer at the three other stops. Come out and enjoy the great weather and some great local beer and food.
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RSVP and get more details on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/252924081444116/
TBAG supports many local rides by providing ride leaders and rider assistance. If you are interested in helping as a ride leader, or you need help with a ride you are planning, please contact email@example.com
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As I drive down the 101 to Chandler somewhat regularly, I became curious as to the small center support pier constructed between Ray & Chandler. I contacted ADOT and they informed me it was indeed for a pedestrian bridge (as I suspected). ADOT built the pier and City of Chandler is building the pedestrian bridge to connect Galveston Road. I spoke with Bill Fay, Public Works Engineer with the City of Chandler, and he informed me that construction is slated for 2015 but there’s a possibility it could be built in 2010. The pier was constructed to Federal Environmental Standards and the city has submitted the bridge project as “Shovel Ready” seeking Federal stimulus funds. Bill also informed me that Arizona Ave is to get bike lanes in a lane narrowing project, and Chandler Blvd is to be widened at the 101 so bike lanes can be installed.
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