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Meeting will be at Oyster Bar (Markham at Kavanaugh, LR) at 7:00 p.m. but come after 6:00 pm if you wish for dinner. We should have Arky registrations and shirts. There will be a brief election / re-election of 2 board members. Program: Bicycling in The Netherlands by Janice and Linda V.
I will get a fit kit for testing the jerseys. We'll have the same design but the fabric or style or something has changed so I'll have this kit available toward the end of July when I get back since I can only keep it for a month and I'll be away. Let me know if you'd like to order 1 or 2. I'd like to order more than 12 to get a price drop. They run from men's XS to 4XL.
Steve Shepherd reports that there is damage to the levee and power plant and Cook's Landing and north side of the BDB are expected to be closed for a few weeks. He suggests parking at DEQ if you want to start your ride there.
We had a good turnout for the NLR trail cleanup on Tuesday. Another one is scheduled for Saturday, June 13 but the location is not yet set. The NLR River Trail should be open soon.
Two Rivers Park and the NLR side of the BDB and much of the NLR Trail are flooded.
Due to possible storms and trail flooding. You can do the Fondo or help with the Rock City Run.
We had 4 riders putting Audubon decals on the storm drains, "drains to Fourche Creek" on Memorial Day. We got past 65th St. and used the new Coleman Creek Trail on the east side of University Ave., from 19th St. to UALR. It was very nice and has lights.
If you are planning on going to Greenwood, MS for this ride, The non-smoking rooms are filling fast. We are staying at the Best Western in Greenwood Friday night.
JBar reports that a group of 4 riders dropped a set of keys in Burns Park Sunday afternoon. Here is the contact to get them claimed. This is another benefit of being with a riding organization. Jeff Caplinger at NLR Parks at 501-791-8540 or email@example.com
Address: P.O. Box 250817, Little Rock, AR 72225-0817
Phone: (501 912-1449