The Sacramento Bee is reporting some recent violent acts, including rock throwing at bicyclists, along the American River Bike Trail. The article identifies some homeless folks that live in the area as the perpetrators.
As always, safety is the highest priority when traveling the American River Bike Trail and other areas. If you learn of any similar incidents along the bike trail, it is important to report the incidents to the rangers that work along the American River Parkway.
The Sacramento Bee article can be found at the following link: Sacramento Bee Article
California Assembly Bill 1096 became state law on January 1, 2016 and clarifies the legal questions regarding the use of electric bikes in California.
Ellen Garrison of the Sacramento Bee newspaper wrote a very interesting article regarding the increased levels of trash visible along the American River Parkway as the high water level in the American River decreases.
The story can be found at the following location: Sacramento Bee Story by Ellen Garrison.
The Sacramento Bee has posted a story regarding an alleged robbery that occurred along Sacramento Bike Trail.
For further information, please access the link to the Sacramento Bee Website.
The Sacramento Bee is reporting that the level of water in the American River is forcing the closure of access points. Please access the following article by Sacramento Bee writers Bill Lindelof and Phillip Reese for more information:
Sacramento Bee Article on American River Parkway Access Point Closures
The following is an update on the American River Bike Trail closure just south of Negro Bar in the Folsom Lake SRA from the local Superintendents office of the California Department of Parks and Recreation:
Mr. Frank Cirill was a long-time resident of East Sacramento in the River Park Community. Mr. Cirill passed away January 7, 2017, at the age of 94. During his lifetime, he played a significant role in preserving, protecting, and shaping the future of the American River Parkway. Continue reading