Cyclists riding bikes along the water in Warren County NY

ACA Participates in 2023 Lobby Day

Adirondack Cycling Advocates (ACA) representatives participated in lobbing day at the Capitol in Albany on May 23, 2023.  They supported the NY Bicycling Coalition and other organizations promoting The SAFE Streets Act:  Sammy’s Law to permit NYC to set lower speed limits; Three-Foot Law to require a “move over” for cyclists, just as that principle…
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Email from A/GFTC: Survey Outreach

Friday, May 5, 2023, 10:34:22 AM EDT Hello all, As you may know, A/GFTC is undertaking an update to our Long Range Plan. As part of that, we’ve developed an online survey and mapping tool. I’m hoping some of you will be able to share this info on your own websites and/or social media. A/GFTC…
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2023 Lloyd Mott Cycling Scholarship

The Adirondack Cycling Advocates (ACA) was formed under Mr. Lloyd Mott’s leadership to provide safe and quality cycling in the southeastern region of the Adirondacks. A key goal of our mission is to educate the area youth on cycling safety. Cyclists are vulnerable to dangers on the roads and trails, so it is essential that…
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2023 ACA Annual Meeting/Buffet Dinner

Adirondack Cycling Advocates, Inc. Board of Directors invites you to attend … ACA Annual Meeting/Buffet Dinner Wednesday, January 4, 2023, 5:30 – 8:30pm Bogeys Pub & Grill, 31 Cronin Rd., Queensbury, NY 12804 518-792-1650 COST: Buffet Dinner: $35.00(includes Tax/Service Fee), Cash bar MEETING AGENDA 5:30 – 6:00: Welcome/Social 6:00 – 6:30: Business Meeting: 2022…
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Gates & Bollard Inventory Updated to Include Feeder Canal Trail

The Adirondack Cycling Advocates have updated their original report Gates & Bollards on the Warren County Bikeway to include Glens Falls Feeder Canal and Towpath Trail. The Warren County Bikeway, one of the older trails in the country, was first constructed in 1978. Much has been learned about bikeway safety and design in the intervening 40…
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Class 3 E-Bike Letter-to-the-Editor

The November 11, 2021 Chronicle published a letter-to-the-editor from the Adirondack Cycling Advocates in response to a letter published on November 4 which argued for allowing class 3 e-bikes on the Warren County Bikeway. Here is the text of the ACA’s letter published by the Chronicle: Editor, I appreciate Mr. Rozell’s comments about the need…
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Position on Use of E-bikes on Bikeway

October 20, 2021 Subject: ACA Position on Use of E-bikes on the Warren County Bikeway Warren County Board of Supervisors: The Adirondack Cycling Advocates (ACA), formerly the Warren County Safe & Quality Bicycling Organization, has followed with interest your discussions on the use of e-bikes on the Warren County Bikeway. Based on viewing your meetings,…
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The April 20, 2021 meeting of the Warren County Public Works Committee included a discussion about the legal use of EBikes on the Bikeway.  From the discussion, it is clear that EBikes are currently prohibited. WCSQBO/ACA was mentioned several times.  There will be further discussion and they indicated that they would be reaching out to…
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TODAY IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE LETTER “G”. . . The following video is rated G, for Grooming. Many have inquired what the Snow Dog is, and how we groom.. well, here you go! Cut in the trails on the West side of Gurney last night, and re-groomed everything else. Trails are a bit…
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