The Cowboy Trail Bike Ride/Walk for UMM Missions is a fun outing for all men, women and children wanting to help others. It takes place in Norfolk, Nebraska along a portion of the Cowboy Trail. Enjoy the fresh air, good exercise, tasty food and good fellowship.
The Cowboy Trail is a former railroad right-of-way that has been refurbished for hiking and biking use. The Trail has a smooth crushed limestone surface that is hard unless there is heavy rain. Extra tubes and/or liners are recommended. Extra hard and narrow tires are not recommended. You will enjoy the beautiful Elkhorn Valley vistas. Cyclists need to provide their own multi-speed bike and gear needed for the trip. Helmets are mandatory. Riders may park their vehicles on arrival for the duration of the Ride in TaHaZouka Park in Norfolk. Designated camping sites are provided.
Breakfast and check in is at Norfolk is at 7 a.m. Ride begins at 8 a.m. Rest stops with snacks will be at Battle Creek and Meadow Grove, with lunch back at Norfolk. Riders may choose distances of up to 44 miles.
|05-28-2016||Cowboy Trail Bike Ride/Walk for UMM Missions - A fun outing in Norfolk, Nebraska along a portion of the Cowboy Trail. Riders may choose distances of up to 44 miles.|