Alan Voss opened New Town Bicycle and Coffee Shop in 2013 in the center of Pleasant Hill, near a promised bike trail that would connect to the Katy Trail at Windsor, Mo. The connector, part of the proposed Rock Island Trail, still isn’t complete.
Alan Voss opened New Town Bicycle and Coffee Shop in 2013 in the center of Pleasant Hill, near a promised bike trail that would connect to the Katy Trail at Windsor, Mo. The connector, part of the proposed Rock Island Trail, still isn’t complete. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Alan Voss opened New Town Bicycle and Coffee Shop in 2013 in the center of Pleasant Hill, near a promised bike trail that would connect to the Katy Trail at Windsor, Mo. The connector, part of the proposed Rock Island Trail, still isn’t complete. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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