Bicycle patrol to expand the reach of the Park Ranger program
DENVER, CO — Friday, May 18, 2011 – TOMORROW/Saturday at 9 A.M. at Confluence Park, Deputy Manager of Parks & Recreation Scott Gilmore, Executive Director of BikeDenver Piep van Heuven, and a group of Bicycle Courtesy Patrol Volunteers will launch the start of the program aimed at expanding the reach of the Park Ranger program and to help educate park users about basic park and trail safety rules and courtesies.
WHO: Scott Gilmore, Deputy Manager of Parks & Recreation
Piep van Heuven, Executive Director of BikeDenver
Bicycle Courtesy Patrol Volunteers
Denver Park Rangers
WHEN: TOMORROW – SATURDAY, May 19 @ 9 A.M.
WHERE: Confluence Park
VISUALS: Scott Gilmore and Piep van Heuven will lead the large group of Bicycle Courtesy Patrol Volunteers and Park Rangers on a program kick-off ride on the South Platter River Trail. The group will be in their patrol uniforms.