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Classic scenic ride on the trails starting at the Big River Regional Trail trailhead in Mendota Heights. We will ride about 20 miles total to Harriet Island, cross the river and back again on the north side of the river. This ride will include crossing the bridge to Fort Snelling along hwy 5 and also the Mendota Bridge.
Mapless ride we will all stay together.
Meet at the foot of “Eat Street” (Nicollet) above the Midtown Greenway Trail by the Pho Tau Bay (2837 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55408) Restaurant. Park in the restaurant’s overflow parking lot east of their building.
We will ride approximately 12 mph and circle central Minneapolis riding the Midtown Greenway, North Cedar Lake Trail and other trails before returning back the restaurant.
At the conclusion of the ride you can join us for lunch together at the Pho Tau Bay restaurant: an excellent Vietnamese restaurant.
Speed: medium, moving average speed is about 12 mph.
Distance: 22 miles, Terrain: mostly flat.
Leader: Bruce Allyn Questions call tel: (763)[masked] or [masked]
This is a Hiawatha Bicycling Club official ride. All non-members riders will be asked to sign a waiver.
Other important tips and information:
• Helmet is mandatory
• Please check your ABC's - Air in your tires, Brakes are in working order as well as your Chain.
• Make sure to bring water
• Lets ride together!
This is a 'no drop' ride. HBC is very excited to have many of our new Meetup members ride with us this season. Please come out and see what we're about.
Can't make it this time? Check our ride calendar for a ride at a date and time that works for you. http://www.hiawathabike.org/Ride-Calendar
Hiawatha Bicycling Club (HBC) invites you to celebrate the 4th of July riding Tour D'Amico
Choose from 3 routes 29, 45, and 62.2 miles which include hydration breaks along the way and rest stops at D'Amico & Sons restaurants, followed by a D'Amico & Sons Italian buffet lunch. Salute!
Our tour routes were carefully planned and ridden by HBC members to make it the best tour yet! Turns will be marked with chalk, where permitted, on the roadway and there will be more signs along the route. Separate maps and Turn by Turn directions will be provided.
For more information visit http://www.tourdamico.org/