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One of our website visitors posted a question requesting information on the best place to start a walk/ride along the American River Bike Trail. The target date for the walk/ride is this coming Saturday – March 8, 2014 - with a perfect weather forecast!
Also, does the bike trail offer bicycle rentals? If anyone is aware, please identify the location of the rental company and rental fees, if known.
In the interest of safety, it is a good idea to stay along the sections of the trail that have a consistent flow of bicycle traffic/walking traffic. One section with easy automobile parking access is near the Guy West Walk Bridge (opposite the CSUS College Campus). Proceed along the trail to the east – toward the Watt Avenue Bridge. Nice scenery along the way.
It is always best to have at least one companion joining you along the trail.
Other website visitors have suggestions?
The American River Parkway Foundation does an excellent job each year coordinating several American River Parkway volunteer clean-up days.
The volunteer clean-up efforts basically include removing trash along the American River Bike Trail, which is part of the American River Parkway.
Please consider joining the nice folks that are part of the American River Parkway volunteer clean-up efforts. Meet new people, get fresh air and exercise!
The volunteer form can be accessed at the following link: Volunteer Form.
The Amgen Tour of California to be in the Sacramento Area in the middle of May 2014. (more…)
Local news stations are reporting that more local fires are being reported along the American River Bike Trail. (more…)
Fox News recently reported an incident involving a possible booby-trap device near the Natomas section of the American River Bike Trail.
To view the story with Fox News video, access: Fox News Story
As we approach the Fall and Winter Seasons, daylight periods become shorter. In addition, less people use the American River Bike Trail as the cooler weather approaches. Bike trail users should be mindful of these changes and increase their personal safety awareness. (more…)