It’s been years since railcars moved along the traction lines from General Mills through town . . .
From Woodbridge to downtown,
Lodi has about a 1¾ miles of track of unused railway . . .
There’s a movement happening in Lodi,
and this movement is powered by two wheels and your quads . . .
When Lodi’s General Mills plant closed in 2015,
it left unused a nearly two-mile stretch of Union Pacific spur track . . .
Bike Lodi members Doug Bojack and Jeff Pell will present the idea of
turning Lodi’s unused Union Pacific spur line . . . into a bike trail
during a Lodi City Council shirtsleeve session . . .
A bike enthusiast is starting a campaign to turn some former rails into trails . . .
Lodi resident and Stockton attorney Doug Bojack is on a mission . . .
Bicycles don’t require gas, and they can be a great form of exercise . . .
May Is National Bike Month and the members of Bike Lodi
would like to encourage everyone to ride their bikes . . .
There will soon be six new bike racks in Downtown Lodi
due to the efforts of Bike Lodi and their sponsors . . .
In honor of National Bike Month, Bike Lodi, San Joaquin Council of Governments’ Commute Connection and the City of Lodi have announced Bike to Work Day . . .