Bring your kids to Tails for Trails kids’ ride Monday, August 20 at 6 pm at Zoo Montana– Thanks to our heroes Patrick Parker and Scott Barber for helping to organize!

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Tails for Trails is our new trail event for kids!

Tails for Trails will be a unique trail ride around Zoo Montana this August 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm. While bicycles are not normally allowed on the trails throughout the zoo, Seva Kitchen, Zoo Montana and Billings TrailNet are teaming up to give children the opportunity to tour the place by bicycle– all in the name of celebrating Billings’ entire trail network.

This first-time Billings TrailNet event at ZooMontana is open to children between the ages of three and 10, and father and son team Harvey and Taj Singh will start the ride. Tails for Trails will feature two trail rides: a 0.8 mile loop for children who are comfortable riding their bicycles without an adult; and a 0.2 mile short ride for younger children who need some assistance from their parents.

Tails for Trails is sponsored by major sponsor, Harvey Singh who owns Seva Kitchen, Singh Contracting, Outward Media Group and Limitless Group Realty, and other sponsors include Beartooth Design, The Bike Shop, ZooMontana, Big Shrimpy Dog Beds and Hot 101.9.

Children who participate in the ride will be entered to win several exciting prizes including a new children’s bike, a $50 gift certificate to Seva Kitchen, a dog and cat bed and a peanut butter adventure with the bears at the zoo.

Families are encouraged to register for the drawing at The Bike Shop on Grand Avenue for an extra raffle ticket, which will double their chances to win. This offer for an additional raffle entry at The Bike Shop takes place today through Saturday, August 18, 2018.

Children must have a helmet to ride and parents or legal guardians must be present to register their children (with liability waiver) the day of the ride at Zoo Montana on August 20, 2018, between 5:30 and 6:00 pm. Billings TrailNet is proud to partner with its sponsors to celebrate healthy, active lifestyles for children and continues to advocate for a safe community for cycling, which includes connected trails.