Browsing articles from "June, 2019"
Jun
10
2019

Trail Ramblings: Favorite Short-Cuts And Long-Cuts.

We all have our favorite cut-throughs. Mine mostly involve connecting a trail to a street bicycle route or destination, or they connect two trails. Also, most seem to go North-South where trails are scarce. If you think like a motorist, you won’t find these little slices of biking satisfaction. For example, if you’re headed to the College View farmers market on a Sunday morning from points North and East of 48th and Prescott, there’s nothing […]

Jun
3
2019

Trail Ramblings: D.E.V.O.

Had you ridden through Pioneers Park Monday evening, or through Wilderness Park (when dry) last year during DEVO, you would have seen an excited group of kids on bikes learning some mountain biking skills. This is DEVO Lincoln’s fourth year offering this eight-week program, and it’s grown from 7 to 42 kids, taught by 15 trained instructors. According to Lincoln DEVO’s FaceBook page, “We aim to build confidence, community, and an appreciation for the outdoors […]