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Life is a cycle: learn about bike commuting

By on April 26, 2017 in Events with 0 Comments

A special “group ride” is scheduled in May for anyone curious about bike commuting around Wenatchee.

Hosted by the City of Wenatchee, Cascade Subaru and My City Bikes, Life is a Cycle allows beginner bike commuters to experience the community’s bike lanes, paths and shared use roads with a group and local ride leaders.

This event is open to the public. Registration is $1.50 before the event, or $5 the day of the ride. Proceeds are donated to the American Heart Association.

When: Friday, May 19.

Where: Walla Walla Point Park (route is available at www.lifeisacycle.bike)

Why: Every mile that you bike for transportation can reduce your risk for heart disease, save a pound of pollution from going into our air, and put $0.48 back in your pocket.

Biking to work has increased by 60 percent across the U.S since 2000. Life is a Cycle will also provide strategies for blended commuting with a car or public transportation.

For more information and to register for the event, visit lifeisacycle.bike.

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