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October 9 @ 8:00 am-October 11 @ 5:00 pm
Enjoy a family-friendly bike ride through Upper Arlington, score a cool T-shirt and accomplish a new distance goal! Start and finish the tour at Northam Park on this fun cycle through UA. In order to limit the spread of COVID-19, this year Cycle UA will not take place as a large group activity all at one time, but will be open to individuals, families and small groups to complete, over the span of an entire weekend. Courses of five-mile, 10-mile and 15-mile lengths available. Photo contest prizes awarded to best ride photo submissions.
To view the route map for each length, click here.
- Dates: Friday-Sunday, October 9-11
- Cost: The cost to participate is $5, ages 4 and under are Free
- Registration: Registration will remain open till day of event. Click here to register. Helmets are required by all ages for this event.
- CoGo by Lyft is providing a limited supply of bike helmets and bike rentals.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-583-5300 for more info.
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