Community & People Little Falls History Bike Ride draws families Published June 21, 2012 at 9:37 am The first of three summer family history bike rides drew families for fun and free admission at sites in and around downtown Little Falls, Tuesday, June 12. Fifteen adults and five children participated, visiting Linden Hill, the Waller House Bed and Breakfast, Minnesota Fishing Museum, Pine Grove Zoo, the Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site and the Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Museum. Pictured at the Lindbergh Historic Site are (from left): Korrin Gwost of Fort Ripley, Gabrielle Gwost of Fort Ripley holding Kira, Sullivan Gwost of Fort Ripley, John Engel from Alexandria, Annie Reinhart of Little Falls, Alexis VonBerge of Fort Ripley, Theresa Gregory of Royalton, Chaston Gwost of Fort Ripley and Joyce Engel of Alexandria. The next ride will be Tuesday, July 10 starting at 12 noon. All rides begin and end at the Convention and Visitors Bureau/Rosenmeier House, 606 First Street S.E., with a tour of the house. Participants must be independent bicyclists and parental permission is required for children under age 10. Helmets are required and riders should bring water.