Broken Arrow City Manager Michael Spurgeon hopped on his bicycle and led the way on a group ride, to celebrate the first mile of downtown Broken Arrow's new bike path.
Right now, it goes from 81st to 91st (Houston and Washington).
But eventually, Spurgeon says the Main Street Bike Way will extend the entire four miles or so, from 71st street to the Liberty Trail that goes along the Creek Turnpike.
“It starts from the Rose District then goes all the way out to Liberty Trail,” Spurgeon says. “That'll allow you to go to the other communities in Wagoner and Tulsa County.”
They've painted lines for dedicated bike lanes along Main Street and also changed the parking to 'back-in' spaces, so drivers can see the trail and cyclists better when they pull out of the space.