Bike for your Life Saturday

You’re invited to take part in a 10-kilometre Bike For Your Life community bike ride on Saturday, Sept. 19 starting at 9 a.m.

You’re invited to take part in a 10-kilometre Bike For Your Life community bike ride on Saturday, Sept. 19 starting at 9 a.m. from Blackburn Park.

The registration fee includes aid station, refreshments, a barbecue lunch of roast corn, hamburger with all the fixings, chocolate milk, fresh fruit, Shuswap Lady Striders’ homemade cookies, coffee, water and live entertainment. This is not a racing event. The emphasis is on participation, rather than time, to make it fun for an individual or family. Ride with your friends and challenge yourself to a distance you might not consider doing alone.

There are 100-kilometre, 75-km, 35-km and 10-km routes.

For more ride information, go to: http://www.bikeforyourlife.com/

 

 

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