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Longview Lake Bike Path. July 20th. This is a bike trail on the western shore of Longview Park. It is well paved, 6.4 miles one-way; 12.8 mile total. There are several bridges (wooden and paved) and tunnels under highways. Part of the trail crosses a horseback riding trail. It goes through thick forested areas to grassy plains (I call a little taste of European Country Biking).

For those concerned it is a dedicated bike/walk trail— no street-riding

Fun, easy and beautiful!!!

Directions: Get to I-470 East toward Lee's Summit. Take the Raytown Road Exit and go right (south) to Longview Road Turn Left (east) toward Marina. (Bicycle Signs will help direct you)

Call, text or email me for reservations and/or more information
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________________________________________________________________________________________________         Disclaimer: We only try to ride trails that are paved and/or specifically made for biking/pedestrian comfort. There are a few trails we have found that include areas with crushed gravel but I will try to make that disclosure prior to the ride.

We also really respect an individual’s endurance, pace and stamina. That is what makes this group so unique and compassionate because we all vary in age and physical capabilities. Our first and foremost priority is for those of us to be mindful of being outdoors in the fresh air and to simply keep our bodies in motion. I have even found sometimes it is important to just stop and enjoy the scenery.

Fancy Bicycle attire is NOT required but HELMETS are highly recommended.
There is not any judgment, pressure or competition with our group. Our rides are created with a simple motivation
toward the body, mind and spirit.

Call or text for changes or cancellations:[masked] (Bob)

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  • Amanda H.

    I had a great time. Thanks everyone!

    July 20, 2013

  • John S.

    A very nice ride.

    July 20, 2013

  • Tom T.

    Great Fun!!! Always good to meet new people!

    July 20, 2013

  • Amanda H.

    I don't have a helmet right now. :-/ But I'll be careful! :-) See ya.

    July 20, 2013

  • Tom T.

    Are we meeting at 9 a.m. or departing at 9 a.m.? Would like to be on the trail at 9 a.m. to avoid the heat of the day getting there a bit earlier to have all ready.

    July 7, 2013

    • J. Robert (BOB) G.

      I want us to be on the trail at 9. I am hoping everyone will take responsibility to br there early enough to go at 9. I apologize for this last one. yoo msny runnig late. There e a

      July 7, 2013

  • Jerri

    Do you know of anyplace that rents tandem bikes for a day?

    June 28, 2013

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