Recreational cyclists urged to avoid Burke Gilman Trail work area

With the path to Asotin under water for the last several weeks and construction on Snake River Avenue as well as on the bike path near Southway, area cyclists are struggling to find routes to ride.

We are not alone. the Burke Gilman Trail will be closed into November. If you are going to Seattle to ride your bike, recreational cyclists are requested to avoid this section. Read more from Gene Bisbee.–Corrie

While the closure of the Burke Gilman Trail from Log Boom Park to the Seattle city limits is a huge inconvenience for commuting bicyclists, recreational cyclists are being urged to stay out and avoid the area altogether.

via Biking Bis – Bicycle Touring and More :: Recreational cyclists urged to avoid Burke Gilman Trail work area.

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