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Bicycle tourism presentation rides into Sidney next week


Anthony Ruiz / The Sun-Telegraph

The bicycle tourism presentation, set for April 18 starting at 6 p.m. in the Cheyenne County Community Center, will explore potential methods to promote cycling in the county such as utilizing and building upon existing programs and bicycle-friendly areas such as the 4.5-mile Deadwood Trail exercise path in Sidney.

In an effort to develop and promote bicycle tourism in the area, the Cheyenne County Visitors Committee will host a community presentation Monday evening to discuss ways to make the county more friendly to local and visiting cyclists.

"We'll go over different options and ways to promote bicycle tourism, whether it be within Sidney, intertwining and using the pathway more, or if we will look into some other thing to make this a more bicycle-friendly community," Heather Housmann, tourism director for the Cheyenne County Visitors Center, said.

Eco-tourism consultant Alex Duryea with the Nebras...

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