Bicycling Magazine is right on: Louisville is making big progress toward bike-friendliness, in both public and private projects.
Many classes, workshops, and events hosted by the Louisville Metro Health Department are free and they offer a variety of classes on a weekly basis.
“This Fall Hike through our beautiful Jefferson Memorial Forest with leaves ablaze in color has become a yearly tradition for many people,” Mayor Fischer said. “And we continue adding ways for it to be both fun and healthy – with a new 5K run/walk the latest attraction.”
Soon you will be made well aware of your nutritional intake at some Louisville restaurants.
The eighth annual Hike, Bike, and Paddle event is setting up for labor day.
BodyBoot Camps is a Louisville based outdoor fitness program that offers fitness instruction, nutritional counseling and motivational training. Owned and operated by Louisville trainers Kate Klein and Noell Yanik.
Hike and bike Louisville on Labor Day as part of the Mayor's Healthy Hometown Subway Fresh Fit Hike & Bike. It's FREE, it's family friendly, there's free stuff, activies for everyone, and you can even bring the dog. Get healthy! Why not start on Monday?
Sleep in this Memorial Day? No way! The Mayor's Healthy Hometown Subway Fresh Fit Hike & Bike is Monday morning. And, it's FREE!