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Georgia’s Cricket Frog Trail
April 04, 2024
The Cricket Frog Trail passes north of Covington Square and twists through miles of woods and scenic farmland before reaching Mansfield.
Group bike ride along Georgia's Cricket Frog Trail | Photo courtesy Newton Trails, Inc.
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Seven Ways to Keep Kids Entertained on the Trails
March 13, 2024
To help make your family biking adventures more enjoyable, here are seven creative ideas to keep kids entertained while cruising the trails.
Child on Strider bike - Photo courtesy of Strider Bikes
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Exploring Midwestern Marvels Along the Great American Rail-Trail With the Traverses
October 05, 2023
We thrive on these adventures—appreciating the unknown, the unexpected and the unique individuals we meet along the way. Being on our bicycles provides us with a sense of freedom and a way to stay attuned to the present moment.
Patrick and Shevonne Travers on a trail trip through the Midwest | Photo courtesy Patrick and Shevonne Travers
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Trail Moments With Ajoa Abrokwa: Sharing Experiences and Creating Memories
September 18, 2023
To this day, I have had numerous visits to this trail, with my family, friends and other community members alongside me, biking, walking and hiking.
Tandem bike ride | Photo courtesy of Ajoa Abrokwa
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6 Tips to Share the Trail and Recreate Responsibly
August 29, 2023
Here are six tips that will help make every trip safe and fun for everyone.
Arkansas' Razorback Regional Greenway | Photo courtesy Experience Fayetteville
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Sam Westby’s Trail Moments: Sharing the Trail Near and Far
August 09, 2023
Trails were mostly relaxing for me and my dad. There were no cars. Navigating was easy. People were friendly. It was common for someone to come up and start talking to us while we were taking a break on a bench.
At the top of the Continental Divide in Colorado at Loveland Pass | Photo courtesy Sam Westby
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Plan These Top 10 Summer Trail Experiences With TrailLink
August 08, 2023
Here's a Top 10 bucket list of trail experiences for fun in the sun on TrailLink.
Virginia's Virginia Creeper Trail | Photo by Cindy Elswick McCrary
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Trail Moments | Teacher Shares Bike Commuting Lessons
August 04, 2023
I ride for several reasons. First, it gives me an opportunity to mentally prepare for my day as a teacher, and time to unwind from the day and focus on my family at home. Second, I enjoy getting a workout in without having to put in additional time at a gym.
Photo courtesy Chris Hill
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Remembering Franco Harris—Trails and Bicycling Advocate
June 15, 2023
Franco Harris, who died in December 2022 at the age of 72, became an important advocate for trails and cycling, in particular. And he did so as a member of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) Board of Directors from 1992 to 1997.
Franco Harris supported the trails and bicycling community in many ways, including as a board member for Rails-to-Trails Conservancy from 1992 to 1997, and as the owner of the Pittsburgh Power bike racing team in the early 1990s. | Photo courtesy Governor Tom Wolf | CC BY 2.0
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Trail Moments | A Journey Along the Anacostia River Trail
September 29, 2022
As a longtime resident of Hyattsville, Maryland, I watched as the Anacostia River Trail (ART) was expanded and finally completed. It meanders along the Anacostia River from Bladensburg, Maryland, to D.C.’s Wharf area, about 12 miles one way. This is my favorite local trail—and it’s only 2 miles from my house!
Washington, D.C.'s Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge | Photo by James Heilig