The Connecting St. Louis Vision Tour
October 7, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Join us to explore how our built environment — the way our streets are designed and connected — effects the way we live in our city. How could our streets help us feel safer while biking and walking? What could living in a more bikeable, walkable city feel like? Plus, get a behind-the-scenes view of the latest developments around St. Louis and learn some tips and tricks for riding a bicycle more confidently!
Trailnet is sponsoring this program in partnership with Missouri Humanities Council with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Connecting St. Louis Vision Tour is a part of the Missouri Humanities Council’s Environmental Humanities Public Program Series. Trailnet’s Community Rides are designed to bring history to life as we bicycle to historic and cultural sites across St. Louis. Residents and visitors have the opportunity to actively learn about and experience the city in a truly unique and memorable way — on two wheels!
Meet us on Sunday, October 7 at Cortex’ @4240 Building next to the new Cortex Metrolink Station to experience Trailnet’s vision for Connecting St. Louis first-hand. Led by Trailnet CEO Ralph Pfremmer, this 10-12 mile ride is perfect for beginners and experienced riders alike. Registration starts at 9 a.m., and we will depart at 9:30.
Trailnet members ride for free, and non-members pay just $8. Click here to register online today and reserve your spot!
Click here to learn more about Trailnet’s Connecting St. Louis project.