Ninety degree temperatures would make anyone thirsty, but riding thirteen miles on a bike in those temps, well...some said it was the bike ride from hell. But it was all done in fun and to introduce folks to the Sheridan Community Land Trust's plan for a new bike trail in Sheridan.
It was the first annual Bike-tober Fest and forty-five riders participated, which was also a fundraiser for the Sheridan Community Land Trust. New board member Julie Davidson explains.
Thirsts were quenched with a post-ride party at the Black Tooth Brewery. Riders and anyone else were invited to celebrate October, which is National Bike Month. Davidson tells us what was on tap.
Bob Ahrens rode the trail and said it's all for a good cause.
Sheridan Community Land Trust has three main missions: historic preservation; conservation easement; and recreation promotion.