Connecticut cycling enthusiasts will have the chance to experience the state's revolutionary war history firsthand on Sunday.
Led by expert cyclist and tour guide Sal Lilienthal, a group of history buffs will ride the 128.3-mile stretch of the Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail that spans across Connecticut. The group will meet at 7 a.m. on the Connecticut-Rhode Island state line off Route 14.
"We're trying to promote Connecticut's Revolutionary War story," Lilienthal said.
Lilienthal is a history enthusiast who specializes in the Revolutionary War, specifically with Connecticut's involvement, he said. Along with Mary Collins, a professor at...