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City of Dayton installs new bike racks along Sixth Avenue, popular route for region’s cyclists

The City of Dayton has installed eight new bike racks between McKinney and Clay along Sixth Avenue in Dayton.

“We know the Sixth Ave. (KY 8) in Dayton is a popular route with the region’s cyclists,” said Robert Yoder, Dayton Main Street Director.

“We want cyclists to know that the City of Dayton welcomes them, and encourages to stop in Dayton to eat at our restaurants and shop at our stores.”

The bike rack locations are at:

• NW corner ofSixth Ave.  and McKinney St. in front of Trotta’s Steak and Seafood;
• At the City Parking lot in the Middle of the 500 block of Sixth Ave.;
• NE corner Sixth and Dayton Ave. next to AA Wok;
• SE corner Sixth and Dayton Ave; 
• At the City Paring lot in the middle of the 600 block of Sixth Ave. across the street from Purple Poulet;
• NW Corner of Sixth Ave. and Berry Ave. across the street from Memorial Park;
• On Sixth Ave. next to the Dayton Heritage Museum; and
• Near the NW corner of Sixth Ave. and Clay next to Hansman’s Corner Market & Delicatessen. 

For more information on the City of Dayton’s  Main Street Program and Commercial Community Advantage Program (CCAP) visit http://www.daytonky.com/visitors/economic-development/ or contact Dayton’s Main Street Manager Robert Yoder at 859-491-1600 or via email at ryoder@daytonky.com.

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