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1. Ohio now has the most U.S. Bicycle Route miles in America

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Imagine starting a bike ride on the Towpath Trail and pedaling all the way to Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C. or even Atlanta.

A new frontier is opening for bike travel. A growing network of designated routes is being pieced together across the nation along low-traffic roads, trails and bike lanes by the same association that designates Interstate highway numbers. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) established the U.S. Bicycle Route System in 1978. However, it’s only recently begun to take shape.

Tags: USBR 230, USBR 25, USBR 21, USBR 21, USBR 30, USBR 44
2. Ohio now has the most U.S. Bicycle Route miles in America

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Imagine starting a bike ride on the Towpath Trail and pedaling all the way to Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C. or even Atlanta.

A new frontier is opening for bike travel. A growing network of designated routes is being pieced together across the nation along low-traffic roads, trails and bike lanes by the same association that designates Interstate highway numbers. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) established the U.S. Bicycle Route System in 1978. However, it’s only recently begun to take shape.

Tags: USBR 230, USBR 25, USBR 21, USBR 21, USBR 30, USBR 44
3. New Bike Routes Added In 5 States, Largest Growth To U.S. Bicycle Route System

Eighteen new bike routes in five states have recently been designated, adding nearly 3,000 miles to the U.S. Bicycle Route System, a developing complex of officially recognized, publicly-accessible travel paths across the country. The latest routes — in California, Indiana, Ohio, Utah, and Washington State — represent the largest addition to the bike network to date, both in number and total mileage. 

Tags: USBR 50, USBR 95, USBR 30, USBR 44, USBR 40, USBR 21, USBR 25, USBR 66, USBR 77, USBR 20, USBR 81, USBR 79
4. Ohio's State and US Bike Routes

OHIO - Did you know that Ohio has a strategic statewide bicycling network?
It’s called the State and US Bike Route System (S/USBR), and it’s made up of more than 3,000 miles of on- and off-road bike facilities that connect over 400 communities across the state.

Tags: USBR 25, USBR 44, USBR 30, USBR 21, USBR 50
5. Area could become part of national bike route

A bicycle route that would lead through Mason and Robertson counties could soon become a part of the U.S. Bicycle Route System, Maysville Mayor David Cartmell said Thursday.

Tags: Kentucky, USBR 21
6. Three-day ride takes 100-plus cyclists south from Finley Stadium on new bike route

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee — More than 100 bicyclists left from Finley Stadium with a police escort Friday morning for a three-day, southbound ride along a newly established U.S. Bike Route. 

Tags: USBR 21
7. CYCLISTS PEDALING TO ATLANTA FROM CHATTANOOGA

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)  – More than 100 cyclists are pedaling their way to Atlanta over the course of three days as a part of the inaugural ride of the U.S. Bike Route 21.

Tags: USBR 21
8. About 150 cyclists to ride new route from Chattanooga to Atlanta

The U.S. Bicycle Route System has expanded, and area residents are taking the first group ride from Chattanooga to Atlanta this weekend. 

Tags: USBR 21

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