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Trail Updates

 SPRING IS IN THE AIR!
May 2004
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!
Bike-to-Work Week is May 15-21 2004.
Ozaukee Interurban Trail in the news! On Sunday April 18th, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel had two articles that mentioned the Ozaukee Interurban Trail. Click here to read these articles!
Community Events Click here to check out these Ozaukee County Events.
Spring Activities on the Trail

May 22, 2004 The Piggly Wiggly supermarkets of Cedarburg and Mequon will be sponsoring their first "Pig-to-Pig" Walk. All proceeds from this event will benefit the food pantry at Family Sharing of Ozaukee County. Each week the food pantry distributes approximately 5,000 pounds of food to an average of 150 families. Click here for details!

May 23, 2004- The Cedarburg-Grafton Rotary Club & Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA will hold a Historic Bike Tour from Cedarburg to Port Washington & back. Click here for details!

Miller Lite Ride for the Arts: June 6th, 2004- The 24th annual Miller Lite Ride for the Arts is regarded as among the nation's largest one-day recreational bike rides. This annual summer favorite has generated more than $4.8 million for the United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF). The 75-mile Route will utilize portions of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail! Click here for details!
May Trail Closing- The River Loop in the Village of Grafton is temporarily closed due to road construction on Wisconsin Avenue. This project should be completed in June. Please follow the designated Trail route on 1st Avenue and North Street.

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The first Ozaukee Interurban Trail Kiosk has been constructed in the City of Mequon near the Logemann Center.
The Trail Advisory Council thanks the Mequon Bikeway Committee for the creation of this kiosk!

Upcoming Trail Advisory Meetings

Trail Advisory Council
July 21, 2004
1:00 PM
Ozaukee County Administration Center
Auditorium

Trailside Facilities
TBA

Sustainability
TBA

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