Cyclists asked to take survey to help improve Buckhannon as a bicycle friendly community

Are you a resident or visitor of Buckhannon? Do you bike often around town? Why or why not?

The City of Buckhannon want to hear from you. They have submitted an application to the League of American Cyclists for consideration as a Bicycle Friendly Community.

City officials feel that Buckhannon has made strides toward bicycle and pedestrian-friendly accommodations in the past years, with the Riverwalk Trail and extensions, bike racks on Main Street, and two-wheel parking spaces on-street facilities as notable accomplishments.

That said, they know there is more work to be done.

Please help Buckhannon become even more bike-friendly by completing the public survey through the League of American Bicyclists:

The league will compile and analyze the results, which will determine our rating as a Bicycle Friendly Community. Currently, Morgantown is the only city with this designation in West Virginia.

Help us become a better community for biking by completing the brief (10-15 minute) survey!

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