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Freewheelin’ Community Bikes will host its signature event, Nancy’s Ride on Labor Day, Monday, September 7, 2020 in the heart of Mapleton Fall Creek neighborhood at 34th and Central Avenue. All ride proceeds will benefit Freewheelin’ Community Bikes, a 501(c)3 youth development organization that connects youth with skills for life over a shared passion for the bicycle.
Nancy’s Ride, named in honor of founder Nancy Stimson, is a welcoming, inclusive ride for all cyclists with the goal of sharing Freewheelin’s love of supporting youth cycling. Fundraising is encouraged! Riders are invited to crowdsource additional support for their participation in the ride.
We will follow COVID-19 guidelines in effect at the time of the event. If “Stay at Home” orders are in place, the event will be cancelled. Virtual rides may be offered as an alternative. Please see the Nancy's Ride COVID-19 precautions for more information.
Nancy’s Ride is a welcoming, inclusive ride for all cyclists with the goal of sharing Freewheelin’s love of supporting youth cycling. This year the distance rides will consist of three circuits of 15, 20 and 30 miles that will start and return to Tabernacle Presbyterian Church where you can take a break, use the facilities, and have a snack.
Participants will be able to start the ride from 8 to 10 AM to enhance distancing on the route and throughout the event.
To accommodate distancing on the course, select a ride time and choose from a self-paced ride or ride leader led family-oriented Destination Ride (10K, or 6.2 miles) that will follow the planned Neighbor Ways routes that the city will be building soon. Stops will include one Great Place and other unique attractions. Riders 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 or over. Training wheels are not allowed.
After the ride, join enjoy a boxed lunch (included for registered participants). Scholarships are available by contacting email@example.com.
To prepare for these rides, Freewheelin’ will offer every Saturday morning Community Rides and Century Training Rides all summer long. These rides will be led by experienced guides. If you need a bike, new fleet bikes are available for use at no cost. These rides will follow segments of the actual planned rides.
If you have any questions about this ride, click the button below.Questions?
Additional ride information can be found at http://www.freewheelinbikes.org/nancys-ride.
Parking is available in the parking lot of Tabernacle Presbyterian Church.Open in External Application