Pre-Ride in front of Ride-A-Bike Ms. Arcen is giving the Roman Empire's hand sign for the letter U.
Like the Britons, Lincolntoonians drive on the opposite side of the road.
Laboratory Road on the way out, the kid had just seen her first road kill in person and that made her remorseful.
Out of town the entrance into the Catawba Land Conservancy's Rail to Trail.
Shortly in the trail we saw a dam off the right hand side, lets take a closer look.
Looks like a jam,
on top of the dam.
The trail cut through several rock out crops.
Ms. Arcen rolling towards downed tree.
Old man river......
This is the entrance at the far end of the trail.
My favorite image from the ride.
On different track back into town, side walk climbing up to the first left hand turn.
Now on the right side of the tracks we are picking our way around the west side of Lincolnton.
The ball on top of a flag pole is called a truck.
This is where they send you if you run a stop sign on a bike in (un)Fairfield Iowa.
Parking was never a problem in town.
Rondal and Rondaletta headed to the Battle of Ramsour's Mill 'Celebration'
These defeated Revolutionaries marched up the hill and caught up with two hunters who they passed without effort.
I wonder what this little 18th Century lad has been up to.
Looks like he just stepped out of the Ye Olde Smoke Tent.
This lady suggested that we stopped by the broom maker's booth, she insisted that they were the best brooms that our money could buy.