Community Bike Ride

Join us for a fun community bike ride at 2 p.m. Saturday, October 2 (rain date is October 3) from Chamberlin Park (Slayback Drive and Woodmere Way, off?South Mill Road) to Mercer County Park (east entrance, on Edinburg Road).

Individuals and families are welcome to participate. The ride is free, but helmets are required and will be available for purchase at the start of the ride. The ride is an easy six miles (round trip).

Enjoy a cool drink and light refreshments at Mercer County Park and take part in our free drawing of bicycle and safety gear before heading back to Chamberlin Park.

From Chamberlin Park, we will take Woodmere Way to South Mill Road, continuing on Edinburg Road, which will take us directly to the park. Bike lanes exist for almost the entire route. There are gaps in the sidewalks along the route and the roads will NOT be closed to traffic. Participants must be comfortable riding on the road and must follow the rules of the road. Children under fourteen must be accompanied by an adult. Please complete and sign the linked waiver form.

If you have any questions, please e-mail [email protected].

Links to previous rides

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