The 160-foot long wood arched bridge was hoisted into place along the Johnny Cash Trail Friday, September 1, marking a major milestone in the construction of Phase II of the trail. The bridge will carry pedestrians and cyclists across the ravine that served as a hideout for outlaws who robbed stagecoaches in the mid to late 1800s. You can be one of the first to cross the Robbers’ Ravine Bridge and explore the entire Johnny Cash Trail at the dedication and grand opening Saturday, October 14, 2017. The celebration begins at 8:30 a.m. with a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony. After the ceremony, you can take part in the 4.2-mile run/walk or 6.2-mile run, or a non-competitive community bike ride. Continue the fun after your event until 12:30 p.m. at the free outdoor festival in Folsom City Lions Park with vendors, food trucks, and live music by Manzanita. Registration is open for the run and ride events; visit www.FolsomCashArtTrail.com for details.