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Trail Updates

 SUMMERTIME & THE RIDING IS EASY!
August 2004
Trail Enhancement Project- Click here to find out how you can help make a significant safety, transportation, and aesthetic improvement along a section of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail.
New Trail Map- A new color trail map is now available on-line. Click here to print.
WisconsinOnline.com- The Ozaukee Interurban Trail is now featured on this web page. Click here to check out other Wisconsin trails
State Biking Guide- The Ozaukee Interurban Trail is featured in the new State of Wisconsin Biking Guide. There is a nice two page spread with a photo of Andrew Struck and Kit Keller riding the Trail! The photo even has the Trail Logo in it. If you would like your very own copy, you can order it on-line here.

Due to the storms that hit Ozaukee County in May, the Cedarburg-Grafton Rotary Club & Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA has rescheduled their Historic Bike Tour from Cedarburg to Port Washington to September 26, 2004.  Click here for details!

Looking for a Leisure Ride?- The Cream City Cycle Club offers organized leisure rides on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail for adults that can ride 25+ miles with an average speed of 10-13 mph. These rides are perfect for those that prefer a more relaxed style of riding. Click here for details!
Community Events Click here to check out these Ozaukee County Events.
August Trail Closings: No closings to report!.

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Three new regulatory signs were built and installed in the City of Mequon. Boy Scout J. P. Cronin of Mequon built the signs as part of his Eagle Scout service project. Mequon Parks Department purchased materials and assisted with installation. Thanks J. P.!

Click here for other volunteer opportunities!

Upcoming Trail Advisory Meetings

Trail Advisory Council
October 20, 2004
1:00 PM
Ozaukee County Administration Center Auditorium

Trailside Facilities
TBA

Sustainability
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For a free Ozaukee County Tourism Guide and Trail Map, contact:
Ozaukee County Tourism Council (1-877-875-7795) or your local Ozaukee Chamber of Commerce.
Maps are also available on-line at Maps