Slate Run Biking

There are a total of 26 articles in the category Biking

June 13 th ride with Dave Kagan

Bicycle Ride of June 13 I pedaled 57 miles today, roundtrip between my Torbert Village home and the Village of Cedar Run, surpassing 2700 miles for the year during my ride, and waiting out downpours inside an Adirondack shelter at Camp Kline just below Ramsey Village (sharing this refuge with... click here for more


June 3rd. Pine Creek Trail - Dave Kagan

June 3 Ride I bicycled today between the southern terminus in Jersey Shore at mile-marker 168 up to Waterville and McConnell’s country store, a distance of about 11 miles. Flower situation: crown vetch (introduced into the United States in the 1950s for erosion control and now considered an invasive species)... click here for more


Trail Ride 05-26-2010

May 26 Ride On Wednesday, May 26, I rode 70 miles roundtrip from my home in Torbert Village to Bohen Run, one mile above Blackwell Village. Life was exploding all along the trail, both flowers and animals, with the temperature reaching into the upper 80s. Highlights included seeing four wood... click here for more


May 25th. Trail Ride

May 20-24 Rides I have now passed 2200 miles of cycling this year, most of them on the rail trail. On Friday, May 21, I rode 47 miles, a roundtrip from my home in Torbert Village to Wolfe’s General Store in Slate Run, where I “wolfed” down a delicious Panini... click here for more


Biking The Pine Creek Trail With Dave Kagan

Dave rides the Pine Creek Trail nearly every day. He has biked every foot of the trail many times each year. He also wrote a wonderful book Pine Creek Villages, which covers the history of all the villages on lower Pine Creek. His book is available at our store. The... click here for more


May 17 Ride

From my home in Torbert Village north to Dry Run Comfort Station 2 miles above Waterville, I enjoyed the current proliferation of purple and white Dame’s rockets, yellow rockets and the five-petaled, white flowers of the rasberry plant, all along the rail trail. The smaller, white flowers of another invasive... click here for more


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