Enjoy a steady bicycle ride through historic Norfolk neighborhoods while enjoying the beauty of gardens along the eclectic roadways and trails of the Chelsea District in West Ghent. Located a few minutes from the bustling downtown central business district, the West Ghent neighborhood and the adjacent Chelsea business district feature stately early 20th century homes, the Weyanoke Wildlife Sanctuary, restaurants, a bakery, a brewery and other locally-owned small businesses. Annexed in the late 1890s, West Ghent offers a mix of homes dating from the early 1920s to the present day. Homes are within an easy walking or driving distance of each other, or visitors could walk or cycle the recently completed Elizabeth River Trail that runs through the neighborhood. Special tour events include floral demonstrations, wildlife sanctuary guided tours, and a brewery tour–all included in the ticket price. We will also explore the Victorian and kit homes of Colonial Place with the optional extended tour that will take you across the Lafayette River and into neighborhoods like Talbot Park, Wards Corner and Lockhaven.
Its another Pedal Up to Clean Up community trail ride with Ecocycling Every 3rd Saturday atThe HUB
The Ecocycling “FOOD FOREST TRAIL” and Adopt-a-Spot is an enjoyable and educational part of Life. Register/Learn More
The Ecocycling Adopt-a-Spot is an enjoyable and educational part of our LEAP Project (Leadership & Environmental Ambassador Program) that gives local community members the opportunity to contribute to a healthier and cleaner environment. It engages volunteers (individuals, community groups, business groups) to join in the effort to clean up our green spaces. Our main location is located in Norfolk, Virginia ( 36.890096,-76.278504 )
Location: 501 West 35t Street Norfolk VA
Date/time: Every 3rd Saturday 10-11am
Please call to confirm your participation 757-447-4308
Objective: Reach Richmond before Monday January 25th to meet with HRPTA team and advocate with legislators for better and more equitable local, regional and statewide transportation policies.
We will meet at the Hampton Transfer Station Saturday morning and ride to Richmond with one over night stay in the Williamsburg/Jamestown area (Eco Discovery Park). Anticipated arrival in Richmond is scheduled for Sunday evening (Group/individual accommodations booked as needed). Monday we will be meeting with legislators to advocate for more equitable laws like the Vulnerable Road User and improved funding for multi modal infrastructure like bicycle lanes, paths and more. Further details available soon. Check for updates regularly or call directly (757-447-4308), registration required, route details provided upon registration.
Cant make the ride but want to take action?
Sign up for the Hampton Roads Public Transportation Alliance bus tour to the Capitol departing from Norfolk to Richmond departing Monday January 25th.