WalkBike Frankfort is dedicated to making the capital of Kentucky the best city in the Commonwealth for pedestrians and cyclists.

A bicycle-powered concert winds through the streets of Frankfort. Stuart Harrod, who runs WalkBike Frankfort's Folkbike reCyclery, carries local musician Jerry Katherine Howell on his electric-assist cargo bike.

Frankfort is a small city with a picturesque downtown core on a bow of the meandering Kentucky River. Big, beautiful green spaces are scattered through the city. It should be a great place to get around without a car. And, with work and planning, it will be. 

We envision a network of safe, attractive, and interconnected sidewalks, paths, and bike lanes connecting Frankfort's neighborhoods to parks, schools, shopping, and outlying areas. 


  • Make Frankfort a safe place for kids to walk or bike to school 
  • Make short walks and rides a normal part of everyday life in Frankfort: Walks to work... bike rides to the corner store... strolls down the street for lunch... rides to the local park... 
  • Make Frankfort a place that tourists want to see on foot or by bike

  • A list of specific short-term goals for 2013-2014 is available here.


  • WalkBike News Dear WalkBike Frankfort Members,This is your President bringing you up-to-date on our efforts to make Frankfort more livable and accessible:1. May 15 Louisville Road Bike Lane ...
    Posted May 13, 2016, 11:24 AM by Nathan Rome
  • WalkBike to School and State Journal Editorial Happy National Bike to School Day!We had a great turnout at Second Street School this morning for our WalkBike to School event.  There were lots of happy kids on ...
    Posted May 4, 2016, 12:03 PM by WalkBike Frankfort
  • Louisville Rd Bike Land and Sidewalk Dedication: POSTPONED Update:  With thunderstorms in the forecast for Sunday, we're rescheduling the dedication to 5/15!----Time to populate those new bike lanes on Louisville Road with people and bikes ...
    Posted Apr 29, 2016, 11:57 AM by Nathan Rome
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