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Monthly Archives: April 2017

North East Ohio Rocks! On 4th Friday and on the TowPath Trail

April 24th, 2017

This coming Friday, April 28 is Forth Friday.· #Btown4f Rocks: Look for painted rocks in Dowtown Barberton on Forth Friday. You will also have an opportunity to paint your own rock! Look for a booth around the area of Kave and ACOT. Also, keep an eye out for decorated rocks along the Towpath Trail! A Facebook group […]

The next time you ride the TowPath trail to Summit Lake….

April 24th, 2017

Check out the new arch! The following information was found in the April 6 issue of TowPath Times: On Saturday, March 25, artist John Comunale and his team installed the last Towpath Trail archway at Summit Lake! The archway greets Towpath Trail users at the northern edge of the park space. This is the fourth […]

The TowPath extends up Cleveland way-grab your shovel & join the party on April 22

April 18th, 2017

What: Stage 3 Towpath Trail Extension Groundbreaking When: Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 9:00AM Where: Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood at Clark Field.  Stage 3 of the Towpath Trail Extension will add 30 acres of dedicated park space to Cleveland, and 1.9 miles of Towpath Trail to the completed 88 miles between Cleveland and New Philadelphia, Ohio. […]

One of the many signs of spring at a bicycle shop-ride information

April 8th, 2017

This past week we received: Registration forms for the 5th Annual Earn for the Burn: A charity ride sponsored by Rittman Firefighter’s Assc. & Orrville Cycling Club. It is a bicycle poker ride for cyclists of all ages. The ride has routes of 3 different lengths starting with 14 miles. More information can be found at […]

Bike Aboard resumes!

April 5th, 2017

Bike Aboard Resumed on April 1st, 2017 Once again you can ride your bike along the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail in one direction and ride the train back in the other! The train can be flagged down at any of our boarding stations by waving both arms over your head. One arm is […]

Just in time for a beautiful weekend the speed limit is lowered

April 5th, 2017

From Ohio.com: The speed limit on many roads within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park has been reduced. The limit will drop on county roads in unincorporated areas from 55 down to 35 mph. A new state law sought by Summit County Engineer Al Brubaker reduced the speeds. The reduction in speeds was requested for safety […]

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