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Trail Moments | The Great Bike Shortage? For Me, It Was the Great Bike Summer!
September 02, 2021
During the early days of the COVID-induced Great Bike Shortage, I stood in line with a neighbor to buy a used bike. Her first bike.
Photo by Lisa Watts, graphic by RTC
New Mexico’s Canyon Rim Trail
December 04, 2020
One of Los Alamos County's most popular pathways, the Canyon Rim Trail, provides an easy—and easy to reach—option in the heart of the community, packing a lot of wonder into its 2.5 miles.
Canyon Rim Trail | Courtesy Los Alamos County Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Division
Trail Moments | Stealing Moments of “Me Time” on the Trail as a Mom During COVID
September 10, 2020
The Mom Squad on the W&OD Trail in Northern Virginia | Courtesy Brandi Horton
Accessible Trail Adventures for People of All Abilities
May 15, 2017
Sometimes, it can be hard to imagine how to plan a successful adventure for your family with special needs. But when the trips are successful, the exercise and shared enjoyment that trails offer can be incredibly powerful and restorative!
Biking with Margot on the Schuylkill River Trail in Pennsylvania | Photo courtesy Dr. Peter Doehring
New Fleet of Bikes IGNITES Trail-Inspired Youth in Camden, New Jersey
May 04, 2017
On April 27 at Holy Name School in Camden, New Jersey, eight fifth- through eighth-graders enthusiastically greeted their new Fuji hybrid bikes as part of the Rutger-Camden IGNITE afterschool cycling program.
Rutgers-Camden IGNITE student participants on their 2017 inaugural new bike ride on the Camden GreenWay | Photo by Anya Saretzky: RTC