Biking

Pensacola opens streets for Ciclovia

Pensacola opens streets for Ciclovia

If you’re planning to go to Pensacola on March 25, don’t plan on driving. Instead, plan on walking, biking, skateboarding, jogging or whatever other method you perfer to be active. The largest street closure in the history of the city is planned for the first ever Pensacola Ciclovia (seek-low-VIA) Open Streets event. Read the full […]

Gulf Power helps energize regional trail idea

Gulf Power helps energize regional trail idea

Gulf Power is stepping up to help promote the outdoors. The Atlanta-based company, which serves more than 400,000 customers in Northwest Florida, sponsored a forum and two-day workshop that focused on the development of a regional trail that can be used for walking, hiking and biking. The trail would connect South Alabama to Blackwater State […]

Jung eager and ready to compete on world stage

Jung eager and ready to compete on world stage

When Andreas Jung first watched an Ironman competition a few years ago he still wasn’t sure if it was something he would one day do. Sure, he had already competed in his first triathlon a year earlier but getting involved in an Ironman meant taking his training and physical and mental toughness to an entirely […]

West Florida Wheelmen more than just a bicycle club

West Florida Wheelmen more than just a bicycle club

Jeff Boulton joined Pensacola’s West Florida Wheelmen Club four years ago because he was looking for an opportunity to get involved in group rides. “I was doing triathlons and looking for people to ride with,” Boulton said. “It also gave me a chance to meet new people who shared a similar interest in riding bikes. […]