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Stories of fun bike rides

 

 The Donut Ride

 It was a beautiful Spring morning when we arrived at Will Rogers park. The Ride leader gave us some instructions, such as staying behind the fastest rider. And off we went, winding our way through lovely historic neighborhoods, including the unique "Carey Place". We arrived at Browns Bakery after riding about 6 miles, all along at a leisurely pace.  It was a delight to get to meet and talk with the others in our group. After eating a donut or two, we returned back to Will Rogers park. I look forward to coming back each week to ride with our new friends.
Click HERE  for more info

           
Donut Ride with Fred Kamp
 

The West River Trail

The West River Trail is a 7.5-mile cycling/walking trail that is located along the Oklahoma River. It starts at the south edge of Lake Overholser at 10th and Eagle Lane. It ends at SW 15th and Meridian. This trail connects to the Lake Overholser trail to the north-west, and the OKC River trail to the south-east.
The trail opened in 2015, and some say it is the nicest trail in OKC. There are parking lots at the 10th and Eagle lane, at Reno west of Council, at Crystal Lake at SW 15th and MacArthur, and at SW 15th and Meridian.  Click HERE for more info.
 

 The OKC River Trails

This trail extends 6 miles on the north side of the Oklahoma River, and 8 miles on the south side of the river. It starts on the east end near the Chesapeake boat house, where there are parking lots. It ends on the west end at SW 15th and Meridian. There are parking lots on Robinson, Commerce, Agnew, Portland, and Meridian. There is a rest room at the Portland parking lot. There is a bridge that crosses the river at Meridian, which joins up to the West River Trail. There is also bridge crossing at Portland, Robinson and Byers ( Lincoln ).
Click HERE for more info.
  OKC River Trail           

   

 The Katy Trail in Missouri

The Katy Trail is a 237 mile (386 km) trail stretching across most of the state of Missouri.   Over half of it follows Lewis and Clark's path up the Missouri River, where you can ride beneath towering river bluffs while eagles circle overhead. 
After leaving the river, the trail meanders through peaceful farmland and small-town Americana. 

America's longest "rails-to-trail" project, formerly the MKT rail line, 
is flat and scenic.  It's ideal for hiking, running, or cycling on just about any kind of bike.  Click HERE  for more info.
 

 The OBS Streak

At 7:30 a.m. on the first Sunday after labor day, the OBS Streak bicycle ride will roll out of the parking lot of Edmond’s Mitch Park, marking the 43rd year the Oklahoma Bicycle Society has held some type of distance event in the fall.

This year's Streak will benefit Helmet$ for Kid$, an organization that provides over 1500 helmets for children who receive bikes for Christmas through the Salvation Army's Buck$ for Bike$ program.

The ride consists of 100-kilometer, 40-mile and 25-mile distances, as well as a free 10-mile family fu ride.Click  HERE  for more info.
  OBS Streak 2015