This past Saturday, August 8th, Bob and I went for a bicycle ride on the Allegheny River Valley Trail. We began our ride near the tennis courts at St. Bonaventure University in Allegany NY. Taking the trail to the left, we reached the Allegheny River in about 0.25 mile.
This is a video that Bob took with our GoPro7 camera during our bicycle ride.
I took several still images, while bicycling the trail.
I noticed a big chair sitting alongside the river on the opposite side.
The trail along the river is well shaded. The rest of the trail … not so much.
The trail turns away from the river at 3 miles and heads north.
After about a mile, we came to a fork in the trail. We made a right turn at the fork.
I took this picture inside a pavilion, where we made a rest stop. We also took advantage of the restroom inside Country Fair.
From Country Fair the trail continues on the sidewalk alongside Wayne Street and turns right alongside a railroad track (opposite Olean Intermediate Middle School). We turned around shortly after reaching the trail along the railroad track.
We returned to the fork in the trail and turned right to continue on the main loop trail. After crossing Constitution Avenue we stopped at Twist and Shake.
We were on the local “Ride for Roswell” trail, but we didn’t participate in the ride.
Total miles ridden: 8.84 miles.