You Can Now Enjoy The Redwood Forest On A Pedal Powered Rail Bike


You Can Now Enjoy The Redwood Forest On A Pedal Powered Rail Bike


Are you getting tired of being stuck inside right now? Well you can get out and enjoy a fun outdoor experience of riding along old railway tracks through the forest, now offered from a few great companies across the US.


One of companies offering this fun experience is Skunk Train. Skunk Train offers a great experience of rail-biking through the redwoods on a pedal powered bike made for 2 people. These fun bikes allow you to quietly bike through the forest with their low noise electric motors.


Your group will wend its way along scenic Pudding Creek, cross over majestic wooden trestle bridges, and journey into the heart of the ancient redwoods of Mendocino County.” Skunk Train 


There are also similar experiences offered in Las Vegas, Rhode Island and New York from Rail Explorers HERE or check out this article from The Manual listing a few more great companies to take a look at.


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We all know how strange things are right now. On top of the usual cabin fever after a long winter, all this social distancing has us itching to get back to doing the things we love with the people we love. 👫👬 ⁣ ⁣ The Adirondacks will be ready and waiting for you when the time is right – and that inspires us to take a walk down memory lane and share some of our favorite memories from being out in the ‘Daks. 🌲⁣ ⁣ Join us!⁣ ⁣ Over the next 8 weeks, let’s all share our favorite memories of the last few years on Instagram and Facebook and we’ll tag them with #ADKRISING2020. It can be an old or new memory, inside or outside, railbiking or any activity at all! 🌄 ⁣ Share with your friends! ⁣ ⁣ Let’s fill up our feeds with beautiful memories and look forward to the coming of summer and another chance to get back out into the woods! 🌲🌳🍃 ⁣ ⁣ 📷: @sambameatstheworld

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