Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m.
Fort Wayne has one of the finest trail systems in the Midwest with more than 70 miles of trail winding through the city. Join local trail users for weekly bike rides this spring along the Rivergreenway, the Wabash & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, the Aboite Trails, the Pufferbelly Rail- to-Trail and the Salomon Farm Trail to expe- rience Fort Wayne in a whole new way. You’ll love reconnecting with nature along the linear parkways of the Rivergreenway or learning the history of the Wabash & Erie Canal along the Towpath Trail or enjoying the many miles of new trails in southwest and northwest Fort Wayne. Load up your family and your bikes and join the fun! Participants are asked to wear helmets and bring water along for the ride. All participants ride at their own risk. All rides begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday rides will continue through the summer. For more information, call the Greenway office at 427-6228.
Date Departs From Length
5/6 Salomon Farm Park 8 miles
Meet at Salomon Farm Park, 817 W. Dupont Rd., by the trailhead kiosk in the parking lot.
Additional parking is available behind the historic barn.
5/13 Rockhill Park Trailhead 9 miles
Meet at the trailhead in Rockhill Park near 1400 Catalpa St., just east of the intersection of W.
Jefferson Blvd. and Freeman St.
5/20 Deer Ridge Elementary 7 miles
Meet in the parking lot for Deer Ridge Elemen- tary School at 1515 S. Scott Rd.
5/27 Moser Park Trailhead 8 miles
Meet in the trailhead parking lot near the base- ball diamonds at 601 W. Main St. in New Haven.
Have you wondered about how many people use the trails? Check out the attached usage chart that lists usage by month.