10th Annual Tri-State Trails Bike Ride attracts cyclists of all ages
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (KTIV) -
More than 100 people geared up for the 10th Annual Tri-State Trails Bike Ride Saturday Morning.
Cyclists, ranging from 5-years-old to 75-year-old, registered at Norm Waitt Senior YMCA in South Sioux City, Nebraska.
And, they left from there to head out on several different trail routes, and ride anywhere from one to 60 miles, depending on their comfort level and ability.
"For us, the biggest thing is that we get a lot of first time riders, we want people to discover our trail system, who maybe haven't discovered it before," Siouxland Trails Foundation President Bob DeSmidt said.
The annual event raises funds for Siouxland Trails Foundation and Women Aware.
KTIV's morning anchor Al Joens took part in Saturday's ride.
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