Park-To-Park

Community Bike RidersNearly three dozen residents joined the WWBPA for its fourth annual community bike ride, a family-friendly affair that attracted everyone from kids to a 68-year-old grandfather. This year’s route took us three miles from Chamberlin Park to Mercer County Park, where we stopped for refreshments, and then back again. The route highlighted the bike lanes that can pretty much take us from park to park (though it would be great to add missing sidewalk links for those who feel uncomfortable on the road). In addition to helping some participants properly fit their helmets and filling their tires, we gave away a number of goodies, from share the road bumper stickers (also good for school notebooks!) to a reflective safety vest.

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