What better way to spend Mother’s Day than on a leisurely bike ride on Sacramento’s beautiful American River Parkway bike trail? May is Bike Month in Sacramento (check out Mayisbikemonth.com for tons of info and to log your cycling miles) and with it comes many cool events promoting cycling in our city, one of which is being billed as “CycloFemme” and is aimed at celebrating women in cycling. On Sunday, May 12, starting at 9 a.m. under the Guy West Bridge (the giant red-ish suspension bridge that spans across the American River near Sacramento State’s campus), organizers and riders will cruise up the nicely paved trail, taking a break at William B. Pond Park from 10 a.m. to about 10:30 a.m., so you can also join up with the group there if you’d like a shorter ride. From there the Mother’s Day bike crew will keep peddling, ending up at the Sunflower Drive-In in Fair Oaks around 11:30 a.m. You’ll ride anywhere from 12 to 27 miles, depending on if you take the whole ride. But don’t be discouraged, you can ride however far you’d like, so grab your cruiser, mountain bike, road bike, whatever (don’t forget Mom!), just get out there and ride!