road bike: rainbow gardens - September 1, 2012
This 52 mile ride is to Rainbow Gardens at the mouth of Ogden Canyon for lunch. Our itinerary is to cycle north and then ride UTA's FrontRunner train back to Salt Lake. (However, riders desiring a longer ride can forego the train ride and return along the same course for 97 miles, or return via Harrison Boulevard for a slightly shorter 87 mile trek.) Our route north includes spinning along three bike paths, a teeny tiny climb through Fruit Heights and stops along the way to regroup. This ride snakes adjacent to the Weber River to its confluence with the Ogden River along the Weber River Centennial Parkway Trail - and showcases over 10 miles of Ogden City's nifty trail system - to include some especially scenic sections. Bring lunch money, and for cyclists riding the train, money for the train ride back. Meet Elliott (801-969-2846) in Salt Lake at UTA's Central Station parking lot, located on the east side of the street at 330 South 600 West, at 9:00am.
|Date:||Sat Sep 1 2012|
|Meeting Place:||UTA Central Station Parking Lot, 330 South 600 West, Salt Lake City|
|Meeting Time:||9:00 am|