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April 7, 2013 10:27 PM

Biking, running and walking trails spring up all over Lexington

With the weather warming up, it's time to pull the bike out of the garage, pump up the tires and head out for a ride. Finding places to ride, run and walk in Fayette County is getting easier since Lexington has doubled its miles of trails during the past 10 years. "We've averaged adding five miles a year in our network of biking trails," said Kenzie Gleason, city senior transportation planner. The city has 24 miles of 10-foot wide asphalt, shared-use trails designed for biking, skating, running and walking.

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