A virtual auction supporting the Prairie Sunset Trail and the Redbud Trail
Bid online December 13-20, 2020
Prairie Travelers and the Andover Augusta Rail Trail Initiative are teaming up for the first ever Bid to Ride virtual auction, to benefit the Prairie Sunset Trail and the Redbud Trail.
Bid on these special deals from the comfort of your home, and support local trails while you dream of warmer days.
No more room in your garage? Don’t worry – you can support
Prairie Travelers and AARTI directly in your end of year giving through their websites.
Stay up-to-date with the Prairie Sunset Trail with our Winter newsletter!
Download Winter 2019 newsletter
Download the form and register for a memorial brick.
Please make checks payable to:
Prairie Travelers P.O. Box 781033 Wichita, KS 67278 Download Form
ANNUAL WICKED WIND 100K
mile and 62 mile (100K) road options available, and 42 mile gravel
option is new this year. Each ride is a loop, finishing at the starting
point. The family ride follows perimeter road in park.
Proceeds from the ride support the development of rail trails in the Wichita metropolitan area.
NEW THIS YEAR: All registered riders will receive a pair of custom Coolmax event socks in their registration packet. T-shirts can be ordered on Amazon, and will support the work of Prairie Travelers and AARTI: https://www.amazon.com/s?rh=n%3A7141123011%2Cp_4%3AThe+Wicked+Wind+100k+Tees&ref=mh_bl_sl_s_ap_mw_7141123011
When: Sunday, May 19, 2019
7:30 a.m.: Registration & Packet Pick-up 8:30 a.m.: 62 mile (100K) tour starts 8:40 a.m.: 42 mile gravel ride starts 8:50 a.m.: 25 mile tour starts 9:00 a.m.: Family Ride starts
Where: Lake Afton shelter #1 on the west side of the lake.
Read about our 20 years of trail work in this issue and what’s next for the Prairie Sunset Trail in 2019 and beyond.
Download the Newsletter (PDF)
One of our latest projects was the paving and maintenance of the railroad tressel. We were able to complete the project in just two work days and are very grateful to our trail manager John Moore and the Geezers who worked non-stop until it was completed.