Cyclists riding bikes in Warren County NY

Paving the Way for Safer Cycling in Warren County NY


To promote safe & quality bicycling in Warren County, NY.

Bicycling friendly communities offer excellent commuter options, reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, expand economic development, reduce health related costs, and enhance recreational opportunities; all of which give residents improved quality of life and non-residents incentive to visit.


To advance this mission, WCSQBO collaborates with New York State, Warren County, local governments, the Adirondack/Glens Falls Transportation Council, along with other bicycling groups, residents, and visitors to:

  • Review availability of multi-use and off-road bicycling trails. Work collaboratively with the county and municipalities to improve existing trails and construction of new trails.
  • Advocate to improve the conditions of state, county, and local paved driving lanes and shoulders of roads throughout Warren County. Advocate for the construction of separate bicycle lanes.
  • Promote and encourage a healthy life-style for community members and visitors by offering a variety of safe-bicycling educational programs and experiences for all levels of bicyclists, both on-road and off-road.
  • Monitor and evaluate bicycling conditions within the County. Work with Warren County and A/GFTC to create maps of recommended bicycle routes to assist both recreational bicyclists and bicycling commuters.


  • Collaborated with Warren County Tourism Department on 2 new Bicycling promotions: “Bring your Bike” Campaign to encourage visitors to bring their bikes and ride our scenic roads and trails; & the “Warren County Cycle Challenge”, an on-going invitation to ride a diverse combination of on-road and off-road bicycle routes throughout Warren County.  Riders complete any 8 rides to receive a completion certificate, a window sticker, and  their names posted on website.
  • Rented booth space at several sports expositions to promote bicycling opportunities in Warren County.
  • Actively supported several Warren County Bicycle rides including the “Ti Ride” and the “Churney Gurney”.
  •  Sponsored the “Third Annual Harry Elkes Ride” at The Hub in Brant Lake, with the choice of three rides around lakes and rivers in Horicon, Chestertown, and Schroon Lake.
  • Continued our active campaign to advocate for improved infrastructure in our municipalities, towns, and state to improve the condition of roads and trails for safe bicycling.
  • Actively supported the design/construction and expansion of mountain bike single track trails at Gurney Lane Park in Queensbury.
  • Supported the initial planning for the future construction of “Halfway Brook Trail”.  This trail will serve as a connector trail to join Rush Pond Way to the Feeder Canal Trail.
  • Promoted safe bicycling via PSAs, letters to the Editor, and the distribution of safe bicycling, “Rules of the Road” cards.
  • Printed for regional distribution, 5,000 “Warren County Mountain Bike Trail” Booklets.

Support WCSQBO’s Mission of Safe & Quality Bicycling

Please support our efforts of advocacy for, and expansion of, safe bicycling.  We accept and appreciate any amount you are able to give. We do need your support more than ever.

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