23 Jul Bike Ride Through Santa Fe’s Urban Bikeway and Trail System
Enjoy a guided bike ride in downtown Santa Fe connecting its Plaza, Railyard, and the urban trails. Ride with Tim Rogers of the Santa Fe Conservation Trust, author of Santa Fe’s Metropolitan Bicycle Master Plan of 2012, on Santa Fe’s major urban trails and the mellow roads that connect them – featuring newly-installed bike wayfinding signage.
This easy ride will include frequent stops to showcase the natural, historic, and design elements that makes for a good bikeway, and resulted in the City of Santa Fe to receive a Silver-level recognition from the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) as a “Bicycle-Friendly Community.”
Meet at Santa Fe Convention Center, Wednesday Oct. 25 at 12 PM
Tour Leader: Tim Rogers, Trails Program Manager, Santa Fe Conservation Trust
Actual Tour Time: Two Hours
Terrain: Easy – Paved streets and ADA-Accessible Trails, minimal hills
What to Bring: Water, sun-screen
* Bikes and helmets will be provided
Group Limit: 10
Age Limit: Must be able to safely handle a bicycle on roads and trails and stay with a slow-moving group.
Difficulty Level: Easy – No-Drop!
Special Directions, Safety Restrictions, etc.: Participants will be asked to sign a liability waiver.