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Take a Mountain Bike Ride at Frisbee Field in Cherokee Park November 25

Put on some layers, grab a water bottle and hop on your Mountain Bike at Frisbee Field in Cherokee Park for a brisk Monday night ride. Bike riding is an excellent way to burn calories, and when you’re with other people the cold weather won’t sting quite so badly. Enjoy some social time while you get in a good workout and see some beautiful scenery, too.

Monday Mountain Biking

The phrase “mountain biking” actually sounds sort of scary. No worries. Monday night’s ride is a no-drop journey on an easy path, so you won’t have to navigate steep hills. You can set your own pace. The faster riders will be up in the front, and the slower riders will be at the back. Make sure you have a bottle of water and a helmet. Of course, you’re also going to need a bike that’s in good working condition.

Mountain Bike at Frisbee Field in Cherokee Park

Meet up with the group at 6:15 pm at Frisbee Field in Cherokee Park. That's at 745 Cochran Hill Road. The ride lasts 4 to 5.5 miles along the trails in the park. That means you'll get a chance to enjoy amazing natural scenery while you burn calories. Frisbee Field is near Cherokee Triangle, the neighborhood that's between two of Louisville's prettiest attractions. The real estate here is so attractive, however, you may not even notice all the gorgeous natural scenery nearby.

Choose Cherokee Gardens

Bardstown Road forms the boundary of Cherokee Gardens. This is one of many neighborhoods that helps make up the Highlands community, an area known for its quirky culture and various places to sleep and eat. The Caravan Comedy Club is here, not to mention more than a dozen different restaurants and even a few places to grab a drink. There's a bar here that was once a church. Now, that's quirky!

Cherokee Gardens itself is packed with historic architecture. There are many Victorian-style homes here, and lots of homes painted with bold trim colors that stand out among the big lawns and leafy shade trees. A lot of this neighborhood was built in the early 1900s, and it shows. The beautiful architecture is still here, but inside these homes have been renovated for modern life. It's pretty hard to find original light fixtures and plumbing pipes in these homes, in other words. However, gorgeous details like fireplaces and crown molding, that's a whole lot easier to find. Choose to spend a little time in Cherokee Gardens this November, and you may soon be choosing to have a home here.

About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team - !

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