Trenton Cycling Revolution bike tour celebrates 20th year with a return to its roots
For immediate release:
May 8th, 2016
Wills Kinsley, Trenton Cycling Revolution, email@example.com
Trenton, NJ – Cycling enthusiasts in the Mid-Atlantic region will gather in the City of Trenton’s Franklin Park on Saturday, June 4th for Trenton’s 20th annual cycling tour, this year dedicated to the city’s significant trees.
From the London Planes of Quintin Avenue to the Gingkos of East Hanover St, the 2016 Tour de Trenton will take riders through the city’s parks and streets, featuring interesting and notable trees along the route. The leisurely 15-mile ride will have a police escort and stops are planned in Trenton’s historic Riverview Cemetery and Cadwalader Park to learn about unique fauna at each location.
“The ride started as a tour of trees in Trenton 20 years ago, so we wanted to bring it back to its roots,” said Wills Kinsley, president of Trenton Cycling Revolution, the capital city’s cycling club that organizes the annual ride. “Trees make the city much more pleasant to live in and are silent observers of all the history here in town.”
The ride will begin at 9:15 a.m. in Franklin Park (Franklin St and Remsen Ave) with registration opening at 8:30 a.m. Free street parking is available adjacent to the park and residents are encouraged to bike over. There will be activities in the park before, during and after the ride, and a food truck on location.
Registration at the rate of $10 per adult and $5 per child under 18 is available at www.trentoncycling.org. Last-minute deciders may register at Franklin Park when check-in opens at 8:30 a.m. on the day of the ride. Registration fees cover the ride, a tee-shirt for the first 150 registrants, and helps defray the cost of permits and insurance.
Trenton Cycling Revolution is a local Trenton organization dedicated to creating a safe and healthy environment for bicyclists and pedestrians in the greater Trenton area through education, advocacy and promotion. www.trentoncycling.org