Wish every ride home was as nice as this one today was. Just a touch on the chilly side, but a wonderful tailwind to guide me all the way home.
Last Thursday I found the reason for the I-215 trail closure near Pecos. I’d originally thought it was due to the I-215 widening construction. On my ride home Thursday I finally noticed a City of Henderson project sign and tonight I snapped a pic to share.
It appears the City of Henderson is adding a pedestrian bridge to the I-215 trail to cross over Pecos. As someone who frequents that section of the trail I’m ecstatic. I hated climbing south to Paseo Verde just to fly back north back to the trail. On top of that the east side of Pecos/St. Rose is sketch especially anyone coming west along the trail. They come down that hill into a blind corner and neither direction has anywhere to go.
Combined with the work on the UPRR trail, the City of Henderson is really stepping up their trail game!
Broken clouds, 65°F, Feels like 56°F, Humidity 26%, Wind 10mph from NNE – by Klimat.app
Max elevation: 2883 ft
Min elevation: 1898 ft
Total climbing: 1365 ft
Total descent: -470 ft
Average speed: 15.98 mi/h
Average cadence: 80 RPM
Average heart rate: 135 BPM
Average temperature: 68.54 °F
Total time: 01:17:50