Did you know that the Kiwanis Trail is listed on the Rails to Trails Conservancy TrailLink page? Drop by, take a look, and post a comment about the trail. While you’re there, you might even consider joining Rails to Trails Conservancy. They do great work, you know. (Besides, you’ll get a free t-shirt if you do.) You should certainly spend some time surfing around the TrailLink site. What an amazing resource for those of us who enjoy riding bike paths!
For all the bigger it is, the Kiwanis Trail is a terrific bike path. But it has so much untapped potential. The cycling community in this area (not to mention everyone else who makes use of the trail) has to start finding ways of rallying around that trail so that we can work together to see it (1) expanded and (2) further tied into the cites of Adrian and Tecumseh (and, one day, beyond).
In fact, one thing that I find really impressive about the Kiwanis Trail is how well it’s already tied into Adrian, which makes it a very practical option for getting around town by bicycle. And it is ideally positioned for further integration, particularly if the effort were implemented together with designated bike lanes.