Browsing articles from "June, 2015"
Jun
29
2015

Trail Ramblings: Something for Everyone

The open trails are in great shape and ’tis the season for group rides and cycling events. Whether it was Trail Trek, Odin’s Revenge (my ride of choice this past weekend), the Lincoln Hustle, the Nacho Ride, or a dozen other cycling events, this past week has seen it. There’s a ride for everyone’s interest and skill level. For many years I was a solitary commuter and occasional trail rider. I didn’t know about the […]

Jun
26
2015

National Bike Challenge: Saving routes for easy logging

Jun
22
2015

Trail Ramblings, purple stains

This week trail conditions on the open trails are good. Only the upper reaches of the Billy Wolfe, under 84th and under Old Cheney are still muddy as of this morning. Water is no longer backed up at 70th, which is accompanied by submerged picnic tables and benches at Holmes lake. Even the repeated washout on the Mopac between A and 98th Streets was repaired, at least for the time being, this morning. With the […]

Jun
16
2015

Trail Ramblings

Do You ride the trails in and around Lincoln or are you a street rider? Most of us reading this are, I suspect, users of both. As such, many of you have probably seen some of the effects of the recent floods. You know some of your favorites, like the Jamaica North and Homestead trails, as well as the trails in Wilderness Park will be out of commission for some time, maybe even the rest […]