5th Annual Pedal & Panache Scheduled for November 6th at Cannon Green

Charleston Moves will host their 5th Annual Pedal & Panache on November 6th at Cannon Green from 6 pm to 9 pm.

The celebration includes:

  • Food from Chef Orlando Pagán
  • Moscow Mules courtesy of The Rarebit
  • Beer from Tradesman Brewing Company
  • Red and white wines from Advintage Distributing
  • Live music from The Black Diamond Band
  • An interactive boomerang photo booth courtesy of
    Lowcountry Photo Booth
  • A silent auction
  • Goodie bags and more

The all-inclusive ticket will directly support Charleston Moves' advocacy for safe, connected streets, including
their top initiatives of 2020:

  1. Bikeway Crossing - Advocating for design, funding and installation of a safe West Ashley Bikeway connection across Highway 61/Saint Andrews Boulevard
  2. Bridge The Ashley - Addressing the 3 Ashley River crossings though a solutions-oriented comprehensive package to include: a new bike/pedestrian bridge adjacent to the Legare Bridge; developing a safe crossing over the North Bridge to Cosgrove Avenue; retrofitting the James Island Connector and Wappoo Cut Bridge
  3. Complete Streets - Supporting policy aimed at SCDOT to consider bike, pedestrian and transit accommodations in all projects and safety reviews
  4. Friends of Maybank - Advocating for design, funding and installation of a complete street vision for Maybank Highway between Folly Road and Woodland Shores Road
  5. People Pedal CHS — Ensuring progress is made toward the implementation of connected bike lanes and intersection upgrades across and connecting to the Charleston peninsula

Tickets can be purchased online here.

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