Bicycle & Pedestrian Traffic Garden

The Kure Beach Bicycle Pedestrian Committee is presenting a Bicycle & Pedestrian Traffic Garden on Saturday, April 9th from 12-4 PM in the Town Hall Parking Lot. A Traffic Garden offers scaled down traffic features and roadway elements for cyclists and pedestrians to navigate and practice in an environment free of motor vehicles. Cyclist and Walkers of all ages are welcome to participate – don’t forget your bicycle and helmet!

All children who register will be entered into a drawing for a new bicycle and helmet courtesy of The Island Men, with two lucky winners chosen. A limited number of loaner bicycles will be available for use courtesy of Tony Silvagni Surf School. Shore Break Bikes will be on hand offering bicycle tune ups and the Terry Benjey Foundation will have free helmets for those without while supplies last. The Island Men and Island Women organizations, who have generously sponsored this event, will also be on site joining in the fun.  

This event is part of the Town of Kure Beach 75th Anniversary Celebration happening throughout the month of April. Attendees are encouraged to walk or bike to the event. Vehicle parking is available on 6th Avenue and the Town has waived paid parking enforcement in all public parking spaces for the day. We hope to see you there!