Thank you for being part of the fourth annual Bike Your Park Day, with over 1,000 rides and more than 14,000 participants.
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Thank you, and save the date for Bike Your Park Day in 2020: September 26.
My route through Burns Park (http://nlrpr.org/parks/burns_park) will begin at the Big Dam Bridge (https://www.littlerock.com/little-rock-destinations/big-dam-bridge) at Cooks Landing and proceed along the River Trail 8 miles, through Burns Park and following the Arkansas River to Downtown Little Rock and the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum (https://www.clintonlibrary.gov/). Most of the River Trail is a paved, 10+ feet wide, and usually separated from motor vehicular traffic. These trails are considered multi-use and used by runners, walkers, skaters, and cyclists. The trail also goes by the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum which is the only place in the world where you can see two floating Naval vessels that bookend World War II: the tugboat Hoga, designated a National Historic Landmark and recognized for her efforts during the Pearl Harbor attack of 1941; and the submarine USS Razorback, which was in Tokyo Bay during the formal surrender of Japan.
Registration for this event is currently closed. Check back soon for the launch of Bike Your Park Day for 2020!