Update: H.3909 passed the House in May, 2015. It currently resides in the SC Senate. ...
Clint Ashley, an original PCC board member when the organization began in the mid-1990s, passed away recently. We were notified by his wife Linda Ashley, herself an original PCC board member. Below is a memorial, written by Paul LeFrancois, who serves on the current PCC board and was a friend to Clint. I was saddened […]
This year, we celebrate a 20 year Anniversary. In 1995, a group of volunteers decided our state needed some changes for safer bicycling, so the Palmetto Cycling Coalition was started. Our mission and work has evolved, and our 20 Year Annual Report is in the making so you can see the history of our state bike […]
Guest blogger: Eleanor Henning, PCC Communications Intern Bicycles are an ideal travel option for college students. They offer a cheap alternative to driving, provide excellent exercise, and are a quick way to maneuver around campus. These advantages and more have encouraged universities around the country towards achieving the title of “Bicycle Friendly University” by the League of American Bicyclists, […]
The Surgeon General of the United States recently released a Call to Action on Walking and Walkability. The Palmetto Cycling Coalition showed support for this broader definition of vulnerable road users, by signing onto this national Letter of Support. We’re glad to be expanding our mission to include pedestrians, and also glad to be part […]