The 2nd Annual Baltimore Floatilla is happening on June 10, 2017. Tickets and registration are now available on the Baltimore Floatilla’s website. The event is a 5 mile paddle along the waterfront, gathering mid way in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, where we will raise our signs and our voices in support of clean water and a healthy harbor in Baltimore. Check out my post detailing my experiences at the 2016 Baltimore Floatilla, as well as my short YouTube video covering last year’s event. I hope to see you there! Clean it up, Hon!
Baltimore has a reputation when it comes to dirt bikes, and it is not a good one. There are self-proclaimed gangs and urban bike clubs, such as the infamous 12 O’Clock Boys, that take to the streets in mass numbers, riding in and out of traffic, popping wheelies down the busy downtown streets. Their recklessness and showboating often put themselves and other motorists at risk, and they have dared law enforcement to do something about it. Well, they have… Baltimore Police have recently organized a new task force to tackle the dirt bike “problem” in Baltimore, and have zero tolerance for illegal riding. I don’t condone riding through the streets like an asshole, but as a new dirt bike rider myself, I have come to understand at least part of the problem. There is nowhere to ride legally, anywhere near Baltimore. (more…)
Starting a new thing – sharing first hand information and pictures of places to paddle within Maryland. Today’s write up is of Mariner Point Park, in Joppa, Md. Click here to read it! You can find more locations under the Paddle Boarding > Places to Paddle menu.