By popular demand we'll be changing things up this Wednesday. Instead of cruising the tree lined streets of Old Town we'll be hitting the trail of Longmont's Scenic St. Vrain Greenway. The route will take us south out of Roosevelt past Thompson Park and across 3rd Avenue on Gay Street. Once on Gay, we'll drop to the Greenway. We will then head west along the greenway and circle Golden Ponds park. Along the way we'll see several installations of art and geese galore. Hmmmm. Wasn't that an art in public places thing a few years back?
Anyway it should be fun. This ride will be a bit longer than our previous rides and we'll ride on a couple of busy streets (Gay and Boston briefly). Gay has bike lanes so we'll try to stay within those. If you're not sure of your bike skills and/or your children's skills you may want to meet us on the greenway. Parking is available at Izaak Walton park, or along Price Road south of Boston Avenue along the railroad tracks.
On the way back from Golden Ponds we'll drop by the Lefthand Brewery - bring some cash. If beer isn't your thing you can continue on along the greenway and back to Old Town. After the Brewery we'll cruise the Greenway to Martin Street and back to Old Town.
I hope you will join us for this fun adventure. Same time, same starting place: 6:30PM Roosevelt Park.