Bike for Your Life

Bike for Your Life Century Ride registration is open. Online registration is open at

Bike for Your Life Century Ride registration is open. Online registration is open at for the Saturday, Sept. 19 Salmon Arm Bike for Your Life Century Ride. A limit of 600 cyclists has been set for the 100-, 75- and 35-kilometre rides. There is no limit for the 10-km route. Registration is $30 for adults, $50 for families and $5 for children 18 and under. The cost of registration includes barbecue lunch consisting of hamburgers with all the fixings, fresh local roasted corn, fruit, cookies and beverages including chocolate milk. Live music and door prizes will also be awarded. Proceeds totaling $13,800 from the 2012, 2013 and 2014 rides have supported Salmon Arm’s Second Harvest Food Bank.


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