BIKE RIDE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

The starting location this past Tuesday for the community bike ride on the Rivergreenway – St. Joe Pathway – was moved to Johnny Appleseed Park near the dam by Coliseum Boulevard. The 7-mile bike trek began at 6:00 PM Tuesday, July 13, 2010.

This summer’s bike rides are proving popular with residents. One recent ride had more than 80 participants. Each ride is free and covers a distance of about 6-8 miles. The tours are guided by a person knowledgeable about the trail. Helmets are a requirement for participants.

Bike rides are a great family activity, a great way to spend time with friends and to meet new friends.

Here is a list of this summer’s trail rides. All start times are 6:00 PM.

July 20, 2010 Towpath Trail – meet at Rockhill Park at trailhead parking lot off Catalpa Street. Ride is 8 miles

 

July 27, 2010 Rivergreenway from St. Joe Pathway to Downtown – meet at IPFW, on the east side of pedestrian bridge over St Joe River. Ride is 7 miles

 

August 3, 2010 Rivergreenway from Foster Park to the Public Safety Academy – meet at Foster Park Trailhead parking lot by Pavilion No. 1 & Volleyball Courts. Ride is 8.5 miles

 

August 10, 2010 Rivergreenway – Swinney Park to Foster Park – meet at Trailhead parking lot by swimming pool. Ride is 8.5 miles

 

August 17, 2010 Aboite Trails Deer Ridge Elementary School by trail. Ride is 6-8 miles

 

August 24, 2010 Salomon Farm Loop and Pufferbelly Trail – meet at Salomon Farm parking lot, 817 W Dupont Rd., by the trailhead kiosk sign. Ride is 6 miles

 

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