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17th Annual Bike To The Sea Day

Written by Boston Biker on Apr 29

June 14, 2009
9:00 am

Got this in the email looks like a fun time.

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Bike to the Sea Day, June 14

The 17th annual Bike to the Sea Day ride will be held on Sunday, June 14,
2009 at 9 am. Meet at the Dockside Restaurant, 229 Centre St. in Malden.

A 10 mile family ride will reach Vitale Park in Saugus and an 18 mile adult
ride will reach Nahant Beach before returning to Malden. Children must be 8
or over, under 16 accompanied by an adult. Helmets must be worn by all. The
$25 family of four fee and the $15 individual rider fee also covers
T-shirts, pizza and door prizes after the ride back at the Dockside.

Volunteers needed for registration tables and to serve as marshals out on
the course. To volunteer or for a ride registration form, call 781-397-6893
or you may pre-register at Active.com. Riders may also register outside the
Dockside on the day of the ride from 8 until 8:45 am.

Bike to the Sea, Inc. is a Malden-based, non-profit organization that works
for bicycle safety and safe places to ride. Bike to the Sea’s main focus has
been the development of the Northern Strand Community Trail, a multi-use
trail that will extend from Everett through Malden, Saugus, Revere to the
Lynn waterfront. http://www.biketothesea.com

Pre-register at:
https://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=1721151
or
http://bit.ly/KCHQf


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