With Northshore Inline Marathon's newly repaved Munger Trail, they invited those who love the outdoors to come check it out today.
The company organized a group called 'Experience Munger Trail' where skaters, cyclists, and runners could come out and use the new pavement.
Five miles of the 70-mile Munger Trail has been repaved, widened, and stabilized to undo the damage of the flash flooding that happened in June 2012.
There was no set distance and participants could hit the pavement as far as they wanted.
"It's fun to come out and mingle with people and meet new people who have similar interests and hobbies and, also this trail itself is awesome, and it snakes through the woods, it's paved the whole way from here to Hinckley," said Race Director, NorthShore Inland Marathon, Mike Ward.
Following the skate everyone was invited to a Mother's Day brunch at Clyde Iron Works, where moms received a complimentary mimosa.