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Outdoor AFRO Bike Tour of Louisville's Civil Rights History

Join Outdoor Afro Kentucky for a bike tour of Louisville's Civil Rights History. We'll stop at several historic sites listed on the Anne Braden Institute's self-guided tour (http://bit.ly/loucivilrightstour). The bike tour distance is approximately 10 miles (route details coming soon). The route is flat with minimal hills. We will be riding on the street and will follow road rules (http://bit.ly/loubikelaws). 

The bike tour will start and stop at the Russell Fresh Stop Market at Joshua Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church (http://bit.ly/russellfood). New Roots, Inc Fresh Stop Markets are “pop up” farm-fresh food markets set up at local churches, and community centers in fresh food insecure neighborhoods. Fresh Stop Markets are open to everyone and created, led, and sustained by community leaders. All Fresh Stop operate on a sliding scale based on income. Outdoor Afro participants are welcome to purchase a food share in advance and pick it up following the ride (details coming soon).

What you need: a bike with inflated tires, helmet, water, and snacks. Participants are required to wear helmets throughout the ride and are responsible for their own food and drinks. Please bring at least 2 liters of water.

Please make sure you review a copy of the Outdoor Afro trip waiver so that we can start this activity on time: http://outdoorafro.com/waiver/