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The YMCA of Kewanee is hosting the "Tour of Hog Heaven" on Sunday, September 3, 2017. The ride begins and ends at the Y-315 West First Street, Kewanee, IL.

Rides available are 12 miles; 28 miles; 53 miles and 64 miles. Sag stops, sag wagons and t-shirt included- $27 (postmarked by August 25) $35 after.

Registration 7 - 9 AM, riders must be on the road by 9:15 AM

Register online at kewaneeymca.org, or call the YMCA 309.853.4431.

Come enjoy Kewanee's Hog Days Celebration!


The Heart of Illinois Cyclocross (HICX) series ushers you into decadent cyclocross racing amidst the lush fields of Central Illinois.

Our races tingle the tastes of the connoisseur and the cyclo-curious alike. Come, lavish your senses with full flavors of dirt, grass, sweat, and happiness.


Do your own Adventure Cycling Weekend June 2-4...maybe along the Rock River Trail for the Grand Opening of the Rock River Trail June 3rd... and/or Bike Your Park Day...September 30

Are you looking for ways to increase bicycling in your area? Adventure Cycling Association has two free and inclusive annual events - Bike Travel Weekend June 2-4 and Bike Your Park Day Septmeber 30.

For Bike Travel Weekend, bicyclists are asked to go on a bicycle overnight to a campground, hotel, or bed and breakfast during the weekend of June 2-4. Registration and online resources are available for FREE at www.biketravelweekend.org. Registrants will receive free stickers for their group and will be entered to win a bike and Amtrak trip.

For Bike Your Park Day, bicyclists will explore parks and public lands by bicycle on Saturday, September 30. Go to www.bikeyourparkday.org for resources and no-cost registration.

For more information, contact eva@adventurecycling.org or (406) 532-2743.

After years of planning and fund raising led by the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, the high trestle trail grand opening was held in April 2011. This new 25 mile trail connects 5 Central Iowa communities, 4 counties and 670 miles of trails in Central Iowa. The highlight of this trail is the bridge crossing the Des Moines River on the northern reaches of the Saylorville Project. The trail bridge, a former Union Pacific railroad bridge, is one of the largest in the world at 1/2 mile in length and 13 stories tall.