Friday, September 14, 2007

Route for Saturday's Ride is Set

If you are interested in riding with us on September 22, 2007 please contact Kristi Lohmeier at 319.338.0773 or Here is the route:

From Hawkeye Community College to UNI’s Center on Environmental and Energy Education:
- Leave Hawkeye Community College on Hess Rd Trail
- Travel west on Shalius Rd
- Join the Shalius Rd Trail
- At the intersection of Shaulius Rd, Sergeant Rd and Cedar Prairie Trail take the Cedar Prairie Trail, which winds around the Cedar Valley Youth Soccer Complex and follows Hwy 58 past the Green Hill Trail.
- Travel west on University Ave at the intersection of College and University on UNI’s campus.

From CEEE to Finchford:
- Take the Hudson Rd Trail in front of the UNI Dome
- Ride north to the 12th St Trail
- There head west to Union Rd (T75).
- At Union Rd (T75) head north to Winslow Rd,
- Take Winslow Rd west into Finchford
Water and snack break in Finchford

From Finchford to Shellrock:
- Take C55 north out of town
- Take W. Marquis Rd
- Follow W Marquis Rd as it changes to 280th St
- 280th St turns right
- Go north on T63
- At Butler Center Rd (C45) head northeast to the Shellrock Kwikstar
Water and snack break in Shellrock

From Shellrock to Waverly:
- Take T63 out of town
- Turn east on C33 past Isle of the Saints
- Go south into town using T77 which turns into 12th St in Waverly
- In Waverly take 5th Ave NW east
- Take 1st St NW to Waverly Light & Power

- Then continue on 1st NW to Wartburg College


mark said...

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This is an excellent blog for electric bicycles. There are not too many around like this. Thanks for making this such an interesting subject. Oh, by the way, Wired Magazine has a great article on hybrid cars this month. (Jan 2008 issue).

God Bless,

Issa said...

Blessings on your mission!

I'm very much enjoying reading your journey and desire to share knowledge and make change.

I have a similar mission in some ways, but have gone solo on the west coast.
Check out my blog:
(great photo album link too!)


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