Bike week


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Campers ride north from Eldean Road along the bike path near the Great Miami River during the Eco-Splorers Bike Trail Discovery Week Tuesday in Troy. Miami County Park District naturalists, including Steven (Seqoia) Pope, seated left, assembled children, ages 6-12 years old, so that each could be taken in several groups, adjusted by speed. According to Pope, each day begins from a different location so that campers can explore the Great Miami River Recreation Trail.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Campers ride north from Eldean Road along the bike path near the Great Miami River during the Eco-Splorers Bike Trail Discovery Week Tuesday in Troy. Miami County Park District naturalists, including Steven (Seqoia) Pope, seated left, assembled children, ages 6-12 years old, so that each could be taken in several groups, adjusted by speed. According to Pope, each day begins from a different location so that campers can explore the Great Miami River Recreation Trail.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Campers ride north from Eldean Road along the bike path near the Great Miami River during the Eco-Splorers Bike Trail Discovery Week Tuesday in Troy. Miami County Park District naturalists, including Steven (Seqoia) Pope, seated left, assembled children, ages 6-12 years old, so that each could be taken in several groups, adjusted by speed. According to Pope, each day begins from a different location so that campers can explore the Great Miami River Recreation Trail.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2017/07/web1_170711aw_Eco_Bike_4553.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Campers ride north from Eldean Road along the bike path near the Great Miami River during the Eco-Splorers Bike Trail Discovery Week Tuesday in Troy. Miami County Park District naturalists, including Steven (Seqoia) Pope, seated left, assembled children, ages 6-12 years old, so that each could be taken in several groups, adjusted by speed. According to Pope, each day begins from a different location so that campers can explore the Great Miami River Recreation Trail.