Friday, August 26, 2011

Hickory Boulevard Shoulders Celebratory Ride -- Sunday, August 28

Join BWL and the Caloosa Riders in celebrating the completion of the Hickory Blvd. shoulder project. The 25-mile ride begins at 8am on Sunday, August 28th at the boat ramp on the east side of Estero Blvd. across from Lover's Key State Park.

Click here to view the full News-Press article. Excerpt below.

Bicyclists will celebrate the completion of the Hickory Boulevard shoulders with a Sunday ride through Bonita Beach.
Officials at BikeWalkLee said they were pleased with the project and thanked the Board of County Commissioners and the city of Bonita Springs for making the road safer for pedestrians.
To celebrate the completion, BikeWalkLee is inviting cyclists to join the Caloosa Riders on a 25-mile bike ride beginning at 8 a.m., Sunday.
The ride includes the entire length of Estero and Hickory boulevards using Bowditch Point and Bonita Beach as turnaround points.
Approximately four miles of the route will be on the new shoulders that were added on Little Hickory Island.
The bike ride will begin at the boat ramp area across from the entrance to Lovers Key State Park.
Riders should expect a 10 to 15 mph pace and riders of all skill levels are welcome.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own food and water because the ride is not an event or race.
If you have any questions, call Steve Rodgers at 839-7926.

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