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Come Bike LOUISVILLETheres plenty of pedaling fun around this bike-friendly city Planning a visit to downtown for an event or to visit one of the great restaurants or shops Leave your car at home and come by bike Park at the Downtown Business Associations bike corral located in the alley between the Bittersweet Caf and the Louisville Library. I ts been voted one of the Best Places to Live by Money magazine. Its host to dozens of great eateries fun events and a thriving arts scene. And its home to 1700 acres of open space and plenty of great rides that are calling you to explore by bike. Come and pedal around Louisville MCCASLIN BOULEVARD UNDERPASS Have you pedaled through the new underpass under McCaslin Boulevard at Washington Ave. It connects the Davidson Mesa trails with Louisvilles trail system. FUN FAMILY RIDES Warembourg Fishing Pond Lake Park or the Harper LakeLeon Wildlife Sanctuary for wildlife watching. Arboretum to learn about the variety of trees and plants around Louisville. Annette Brand Park on the northwest end of town for a great playground and view of the Indian Peaks Range. Hecla Lake trails in the North End subdivision that connect into Lafayettes trail system around Waneka Lake. Coal Creek Trail in Louisville is now fully repaired from the September 2013 flood and is open throughout town from U.S. 36 to Lafayette. Look for the underpass at U.S. 36 to open this fall providing access to Superior. Come and ride 34 BIKELIFE BOULDER COUNTY AROUND THE COUNTY