Bike safety for kids. Traffic laws for everyone. When you have questions, our brochures are a great place to look for answers.
Bicycling 101 Series
Everything you need to know how, where, and what to ride and who to ask when you need some assistance!
Lists local bike shops, clubs, and organizations and offers advice on how to get involved in promoting bicycling.
Tips on picking routes, parking and locking your bike, hauling stuff (including kids!) and commuting by bicycle. Offers ideas on necessary commuting gear and the best commuting bikes, as well as a section on taking your bike on the bus.
Covers from basic skills and shifting gear to riding on greenways and even in traffic. Bonus section that we hope you never need: What to Do After a Crash!
Advice on choosing a bike and getting the right size, picking accessories like clothes, helmets, and lights, and inspecting your bike before your take of on a ride.
On the Road Help
This handy list lets you know who to contact to report potholes, aggressive dogs, road rage incidents, and more. It covers eight counties in the Knoxville region.
Staying Safe, Legal, and Courteous
Learn when to take the lane, how to avoid the door zone, and how to keep from being trapped between a car and road debris. Loaded with graphics, this brochure is a great visual resource.
This quick reference offers suggestions for both cyclists and other users to keep our greenways safe and courteous places for everyone to enjoy.
Teaching your child to ride safely is the best way to get them off to a good start and help keep them safe.
You can teach your child to ride a bicycle — without training wheels! Here’s a step by step guide.
Traffic rules exist to improve everyone’s safety. Most crashes can be avoided if both bicyclists and motorists follow the rules of the road. This guide gives an overview of some of the most important laws related to bicycles.
This guide explains how public policy is made in your community and introduces you to the local officials who design and maintain your neighborhoods and communities.