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The City of Folsom celebrated the completion of the Johnny Cash Trail on October 14, 2017 - a 2.75 mile Class I bike and pedestrian trail that winds west toward the Folsom Historic District and east toward the Folsom Lake Crossing Trail. The trail has two beautiful bridges inspired by the local landscape including the architecture found at nearby Folsom State Prison. The trail is a popular outdoor recreation enthusiast destination for walking and biking and local wildlife and inspiring scenery can be viewed throughout the trail. The City of Folsom is currently advocating for and fundraising to install a world-class linear public art experience that will celebrate and honor the legendary Johnny Cash, his music, and his history in the City of Folsom.
The interactive public art project on the City of Folsom’s Johnny Cash Art Trail includes eight larger-than-life sculptures, and a three-acre Johnny Cash Legacy Park. These public art displays are an incredible tribute to the Man in Black, and each piece of art will surprise and delight exploring visitors.
Show your support for the Johnny Cash Trail and ride in style with men’s and women’s cycling jerseys. These jerseys have been designed to show off your love for Johnny Cash, Folsom, and cycling. When you add these unique jerseys to your cycling wardrobe your supporting the future development of the art experience along the Johnny Cash Trail.
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“I wear the black for the poor and the beaten down, livin' in the hopeless, hungry side of town, I wear it for the prisoner who has long paid for his crime, but is that because he's a victim of the times.”
― Johnny Cash
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Be a part of the ultimate art experience and tribute to the legendary Johnny Cash. The Folsom Arts Association is accepting contributions in order to complete the trail, park, and art installations that pay homage to one of America’s most inspirational musical figures.