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Burnt Bridge Nature Trail
September 18 at 9:00 am
Length: 16 miles
Elevation: 750 feet
Ride Type: Group
Cancellation Guidelines: nothing – we’re rolling!
If you like to avoid cars as much as possible while biking then this paved nature trail is the ride for you! Ever wonder how this trail connects from 92nd Ave all the way to Fruit Valley Rd? Follow us! This route follows Burnt Bridge Creek and beyond through a variety of landscapes, including open grasslands, wetlands, and forests.
This route does have a few short moderate to significant hills with a total elevation gain of 750 ft for the total ride. We’ll regroup at the tops of hills.
We start at NE 92nd (see the location noted below). East on Burton, Right on 90th, turns into 92nd, right on 19th Street.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Contact me if you have any difficulty. Our registration collects your waiver signature AND emergency contact information. Important!
⦁Please arrive 15 minutes early to be part of the announcements and safety briefing.
⦁Bring a bike in good working order (pump up those tires), wear your helmet (REQUIRED), and tuck in some water and a tube that fits your wheel.
⦁The published pace is 12mph (social pace). This is the maximum speed of the ride; a rider should be able to sustain this speed on flat terrain with no wind.
⦁This is a group ride meaning that riders stay together at the published pace for the entire ride; we will regroup at tops of hills if needed.
⦁Lights are great to have on your bike. Bells are great for notifying pedestrians or cyclists that you’re passing, but “On your left!” works just as well.
Check out the route/cue sheet here.
Please arrive 15 minutes early to be a part of the announcements and safety briefing. Riders are expected to have read the Safe Riding Policy and be familiar with the Ride Style Definitions. Please direct questions to the ride leader or Road Captain. Helmets are required. Lights (front and rear), RoadIDs and cell phones are recommended.
Remember – we want to be awesome representatives for cycling and spread a love for our great sport locally by obeying all traffic laws and riding in a safe and courteous manner. Ride safely and have fun!