Life is a Cycle Bike Event Cycles Back to Wenatchee on Saturday, April 28
Life is a Cycle, the group bike ride for beginner bike commuting, returns to Wenatchee for a second year on Saturday, April 28 at 3:30 PM.
Life is a Cycle gives beginners the chance to experience bike commuting in a group fitness setting. The Wenatchee route starts and finishes at Saddle Rock Pub & Brewery, and follows a 6.8 mile route for a guided, hands-on ride through the city’s on-street and car-free bike facilities. The event is open to the public. Registration is $10.00. For more information and to register for the local event, go to http://lifeisacycle.bike.
Life is a Cycle is a nationwide event for anyone who has ever been curious about bike commuting. The local ride, hosted by the City of Wenatchee and My City Bikes and supported by Cascade Subaru, gives local beginners the chance to experience bike commuting in a group fitness setting. City officials, local bike patrol officers, and experienced cyclists guide the group along a route. Participants will receive gift bags and have the opportunity for one-on-one bicycle mentoring.
Every mile that you bike for transportation can reduce your risk for heart disease1, save a pound of pollution from going into our air2, and put $0.48 back in your pocket3. Biking to work has increased by 60% across the US since 20004. Learn about bike commuting from the experts who build your local bike infrastructure. Life is a Cycle will also provide strategies for blended commuting with a car or public transportation.