After 14 years as the chief promoter of and fundraiser for bicycle and pedestrian trails in Billings, Darlene Tussing is joining her husband in retirement.
The Downtown Billings Rotary Club will be donating the proceeds of its annual fundraiser to the completion of an entryway to Swords Park on top of the Rims.
BikeNet, the nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding the trail system in Billings, is poised to switch into high gear.
BikeNet executive director Kristi Drake
Darlene Tussing, right, gave BikeNet executive director Kristi Drake a tour of city bike trails shortly after Drake was hired late last year.
Montana is such a special place to live. We have found so many opportunities to enjoy the many natural wonders around the state through our love of biking, hiking, kayaking/boating, skiing, hunting and enjoying our family and friend's company in our beautiful surroundings. Like others, spend…
The Billings trail system has come a long way in 15 years.
The Swords Park Trail in the Heights has received a pair awards, one from the state and one from a national group.
A relatively short but important segment of the Billings bike-pedestrian trail system was dedicated Tuesday afternoon.
Advocates of bicycle and pedestrian trails are planning an awareness rally and bike ride for Sunday, the day before the City Council votes on a “complete streets” resolution.
Ales for Trails attracted the largest crowd in the event’s 10-year history on Sept. 24.