Past, Present and Future: With washed-out gullies and 19th-century trestles, the 15-mile Santa Fe Rail Trail is a rough-ridin' tribute to New Mexico's railroading heritage.
Cycling Comes Into Fashion: With the "bike chic" movement catching on, American women are suiting up in style, feeling and looking good on two wheels.
Destination: Illinois A short trip from Chicago, the 33-mile Fox River Trail curls alongside the wide, lazy Fox River through the bluffs and old mill towns of northwest Illinois.
More Trail Tales: Readers from Tuscaloosa, Ala., Ellisville, Miss., and Gallitzin, Pa., share how a fellow rail-trail user aided them in a time of need.
Rails to Trails magazine Catch up on our Winter 2011 issue!
A Recumbent View After suffering a stroke in 2003, Dovid Kaplan has kept his photography alive using a specially tailored trike with a monopod for his camera. Enjoy his photo essay of the Heritage Trail in New York in the current issue of Rails to Trails.
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