Downtown Lodi usually isn’t a crowded place on Sundays. Aside from the movie theater and restaurants, business owners often take the day off after what they hope was a busy Saturday.
But Downtown looked a lot different this weekend. It was filled with Lodi residents and out-of-towners alike participating in the third annual Lodi Cycle Fest, a figure-eight course that exposes people to the trees and historical buildings that Downtown offers.
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