Cement Trails

Missouri Pacific Recreational Trail

The Missouri Pacific Recreational Trail (or Mo-Pac Trail) is a paved multi-use pathway built on the former Missouri Pacific Railway corridor in Iola, Kansas. The trail connects with the Prairie Spirit Trail and runs east to just past Cottonwood Street, providing access to the nearby Middle School and High School, as well as connecting to …

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Rock Creek to Coal Creek Trail

This trail can be accessed from the US 36 Bikeway that services Boulder and Denver, CO. It is mostly flat except a short, fairly rigorous climb near the Aquarius Trailhead on the Louisville/Lafayette border. It is a good bike ride from mid-Spring until mid-fall and is especially pretty in the fall. Some of the viewing …

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Louisville Long Loop Trail

You can start this trail anywhere along the loop, and there are numerous trailheads for parking. Probably the best place to start, especially for a group ride, is at Community Park in Louisville. The trail is right across the road from the south parking lot, near the dog park. Other than the gradual climb up …

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Daibutsu Railway Trail

This course follows the route the old Daibutsu Railway took. Commencing at the town of Kamo, this course is made-up of two parts – rural & suburban. It takes you past some of the relics of a bygone era. The line commenced service in 1898 and was closed in 1907, when a new line was …

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US 36 Bikeway

photo of informational brochures found on US 36 Bikeway

US 36 Bike Path Completed in early 2016, the US 36 Bikeway is part of the Highway 36 Commuting Corridor that connects the communities of Boulder and Denver. Unfortunately, the Boulder to Denver Bikeway comes up a little short of Denver. Currently, the east portion of the trail ends in neighborhood park in Westminster, CO. …

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Rhine River Bike Route

I didn’t let a little rain stop me from exploring this historic German bike route along the Rhine River. That’s one of the benefits of biking out of a central location like Remagen. It allows you to pick and choose how far you want to go. With lots of ferries (but very few bridges) along …

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