Complete Streets column: Wazeecha trail great for young bicyclists

10:50 AM, Jul. 22, 2013
Sisters Kasia Jestadt, 4, left, and Ela Jestadt, 2, begin a morning ride on the trail around Lake Wazeecha.
Sisters Kasia Jestadt, 4, left, and Ela Jestadt, 2, begin a morning ride on the trail around Lake Wazeecha.
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Author's note: This summer, Complete Streets ambassadors are hitting Wood County roads and bike trails to show residents and community leaders current successes in non-vehicular transportation design and future improvements that could make for healthier, more vibrant Wood County communities. This is the tenth column of a weekly summer series.

Destination: Wisconsin Rapids' Lake Wazeecha trail

The training wheels came out in full force on this week's ride around Lake Wazeecha. ...

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