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Distance:
4 - 5 miles
Speed:
2 - 4 mph
Type:
Road
Mountain Bike
Cyclocross
Social
No Drop
Family Friendly
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Fort Worth, Texas
Organization:
Welcome to Bike Friendly Fort Worth’s Family Cycling Club! Join us every first and second Saturday for a ride on the Trinity Trail. We’ll ride at a family friendly pace for about 4 ... moremiles with plenty of chances to stop and regroup. Expect the rides to last between 1-2 hours, depending on stops, so make sure you bring water! LOCATION VARIES. Check the Ride Schedule on the Bike Friendly website!

Here’s what you need to know:

All routes are “out and back” so no one is left behind, approximately 4 miles total.
All rides start at 10 AM sharp, at the designated location.
A parent or guardian must accompany any child under 10 years of age.
Helmets are required for all participants.
Trailers and tandems are welcome. Sorry, no training wheels allowed.
Rides will be canceled if the temperature is below 45° or it’s raining.
Please make sure all bicycles are in good working order prior to the ride.
Distance:
5 - 7 miles
Speed:
5 - 7 mph
Type:
Road
Social
No Drop
Family Friendly
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Fort Worth, Texas
Organization:
Thanks to today's hectic and busy society, getting citizens — of all ages — involved in charting the course for their city requires more creative approaches than the typical town hall ... moremeeting.

Mayor Betsy founded Walking, Rolling and Caffeinated Town Halls to break the mold of that traditional, worn-out and sometimes boring town hall meeting with a casual — and active — way for citizens to connect with this city's elected leaders.

Come on out to our next town hall gathering to meet your representatives and have your voice heard! You might even have some fun with city leaders while you're at it!

It's Your Fort Worth, and we want to hear from you!

Rolling Town Halls
Grab your bike and bring your ideas for Fort Worth. Join Mayor Betsy (and certain Council members) and Bike FW at the Rolling Town Halls. Enjoy a casual ride through a planned route to see different parts of your city and to share how we can keep improving! What to expect:

Casual (easy) bike ride, geared to be family friendly ... no competitive racing
Length of rides between 5 and 7 miles or about 45 minutes
Typically, the rides will start and end in parks, community center parking lots, businesses or neighborhood amenity centers