PURCELLVILLE, Va., October 18, 2022 — Join the Town of Purcellville and the Caudill family for a ribbon cutting ceremony for Adam’s Bike Park. The ceremony will start at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 22 at the new bike park near the water tower at 311 N. Maple Avenue. Parking for the ceremony is available at Loudoun Valley High School. Attendees are encouraged to wear Adam’s favorite color, red, to the ribbon cutting.
The bike park is named in memory of Adam Caudill, a 15-year old boy who tragically lost his life in 2021. Adam loved to ride his red bike through Purcellville. The ribbon cutting ceremony will include dedications, the inaugural ride by friends and family, a pro-BMX demonstration, and bike and helmet safety checks.
Adam’s Bike Park is accessible from North Maple Avenue and will soon be available from the W&OD Trail. The park includes ramps and pathways for non-motorized, two-wheeled bicycles. The bike park will honor the memory of this young man and provide a new park for Purcellville residents that will encourage young people to get outside and enjoy cycling.
The Town of Purcellville, Virginia
“Purcellville-your small Town, where history and progress intersect and people prosper,” is an award-winning town of approximately 10,000 residents located in Loudoun County, approximately 50 miles west of Washington, DC. Having received the 2021 Virginia Municipal League Innovation Award for Environmental Sustainability and in years past, the prestigious Siemens Sustainability Award for Small Communities, Purcellville continues to be honored for innovation and green initiatives. The Town most recently received the Tree City USA Award for the 14th consecutive year. The Town was reaffirmed as a AAA rated community by S&P Global Ratings, the highest credit rating possible, and was ranked “Safest City” in Virginia in 2020. Once a stop along the W&OD rail line, which has been converted to a multi-use trail from Alexandria, VA to Purcellville, the Town has maintained its historic old-town feel through the restoration and maintenance of its many downtown structures, reflecting the Victorian architecture popular during the early 1900s. Today, Purcellville is the economic hub of western Loudoun County and a popular weekend destination for antiquing, equestrian activities, farmer’s markets, wineries, breweries, distilleries and restaurants. More info at www.purcellvilleva.gov.