Bicycling for Louisville Tour Explores Local Civil Rights History

Join Bicycling for Louisville on a BICYCLE tour of local civil rights history.

Ann Braden Civil Rights

Explore Louisville Black History by Bicycle Feb 26

That’s right, Bicycling for Louisville is adopting the Anne Braden Institute’s wonderful Civil Rights Tour – by Bicycle!

The tour originally was mapped out as a self-guided event for motor vehicles, but the local bike advocacy group decided to encourage bicyclists to give it a spin on Feb. 26.

“For a fun, family-friendly day of fresh air, friendly folks, and inspiration, join us by bike,” said Amanda Fuller, one of the Bicycling for Louisville board members who adopted the tour for bikes. “Dress for the weather and bring water to drink. We’ll have snacks,” she said.

The ride’s leaders will determine the exact route when participants get together, depending on the weather and people’s inclinations, Fuller said.

If you want to join the group to personally tell a story about any of the stops along the tour, call Amanda Fuller, Bicycling for Louisville board member, at 742-6692.

See you there!

Grace. Peace. Bicycle Grease.

PS: Remember, every lane is a bike lane.
Share the road.

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Enjoy the ride home.

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