The National Bike Challenge 2018

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Mar 152018
 
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The National Bike Challenge 2018 is coming…
This May, Love to Ride and the League of American Bicyclists are joining forces to bring you an exciting Bike Challenge format in 2018.

We’ve made some improvements to the National Bike Challenge in 2018 to make it more exciting, punchier, and ultimately more successful at encouraging more people to ride, more often.

You can register yourself and your team here.

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2018 Bike Swap

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Feb 092018
 
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Saturday, March 24 at 11 AM – 2 PM
50651 Laurel Rd, South Bend, Indiana 46637
Click here for Details!

Mishawaka’s $1M overhaul to include bike park

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Oct 182017
 
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Bike park, new features unveiled for Mishawaka’s Mary Gibbard Park
By Joseph Dits South Bend Tribune

MISHAWAKA — A new outdoor bike park for kids — complete with BMX jumps unique to northwest Indiana — will be among the new features of Mary Gibbard Park, which the city hopes to reopen next summer after a $1 million overhaul.

So will a new playground, a low zipline, WiFi and a splash pad to replace the small pool in this park at the southwest corner of the city.

Kids at LaSalle Elementary School gathered in assembly Monday to see the final plans, swooning and cheering. Back in the spring, they’d drawn pictures of what they wanted in the park. Many of them, like the bike park, will be reality.

See the full article here.

Sneak peek at new LaSalle Trail in St. Joseph County

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Oct 112017
 
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By Joseph Dits South Bend Tribune
SOUTH BEND — The new extension of the LaSalle Trail isn’t officially open yet. Then again, there aren’t barricades at Darden Road to stop curious bikers and hikers who head north to check it out daily — including a regular stream of them Sunday when I took the GoPro camera and previewed the fresh concrete.

It was a fall treat. Sunshine polished sparks of autumn color that had just spread a little more. Twigs and tree litter peppered the path from Saturday’s rain. Towering trees and neighborhoods mark the character of this 1-mile trail extension that the county is paving between Darden and Auten roads — a segment of the greater trail that now spans, with gaps, from Mishawaka to Niles.

As we reported in The Tribune in July, officials hope to fill all of the key gaps in the Mishawaka-Niles trail by the end of next year, including about 1.1 miles from Auten north to the Michigan line and a separate 1.2-mile stretch just north of U.S. 12 in Niles Township.

See the full story here.