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Old 08-26-08, 02:23 PM   #1
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Highbridge Park

Bloomberg and other City officials cut the ribbon on Highbridge Park at West 167th Street at Edgecombe Avenue, today. I know about the mountain bike area but it also seems to have a new bike path and the park will eventually include access to High Bridge Pedestrian bridge, which connects to the Bronx.

Has anyone ridden this yet?

http://www.ny1.com/content/top_stori...k/Default.aspx
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Tried this route this weekend. There's a newly striped bike (and very deserted) path that leads down to the High Bridge, Then there's three and a half flights of stairs that lead back up to the pool and Edgecomb Avenue that I know Air would enjoy But until they actually open the High Bridge it's really nothing more than a road to nowhere... well nowhere with a nice view.
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