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Bellevue’s Lake to Lake Bike Ride to Take Place on June 11th

by Kevin M. Watt
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Meydenbauer Bay Park

Bellevue’s Lake to Lake Bike Ride is taking place on June 11th. The non-competitive ride explores award-winning parks by bike.

The ride utilizes low-traffic roads, bike lanes, and part of the Lake to Lake trail (non-technical gravel), and traverses much of the city. Riders of all abilities are invited to join.

There are two route options. Both routes are about 80% paved road and 20% small gravel. The Greenbelt Loop is mostly flat and is 8-miles long. The Lake Loop is more challenging, at 24-miles long, with significant elevation gain.

Riders under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

A post-ride party will follow the bike ride with prize giveaways, and a free kids ride in the park for children 8 and under. Proceeds benefit the City of Bellevue’s youth camp scholarship fund.

The ride is from 8am to 1pm. Early registration costs $15 and day-of registration costs $20. The start and finish for both rides is located at Robinswood Community Park, North entrance.

To register for the Lake to Lake Bike Ride, visit the website.

The post Bellevue’s Lake to Lake Bike Ride to Take Place on June 11th first appeared on Downtown Bellevue Network.

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