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Join Rainier Riders for all-ages bike fun to raise money for UNCF Saturday

Learn more or register at the event website.
Learn more or register at the event website.

There’s still time to register for Saturday’s 22K bike ride or 5K family bike ride to raise money for UNCF.

Rainier Riders have partnered to help organize bike fun for people of all ages, including a kids bike rodeo at Pratt Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Registration is free, but obviously you are urged to raise funds for the college fund focused on helping more students of color access higher education. You need to raise at least $50 to be eligible for prizes.


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More details from UNCF:

The 22nd annual Seattle UNCF Walk, Run, Bike for Education is back in its sixth year since 2000.

Come and join us on Saturday, August 29, 2015 at Pratt Park as we walk to help students get to and through college. Corporate teams, fraternities, sororities, groups, churches, organizations and individuals who participate realize that “a mind is a terrible thing to waste”®.  UNCF currently supports over 600 UNCF students and scholarship recipients from the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.

We need your support to reach our fundraising goal of $50,000.00!

The 5K walk/run/family bike ride and will start at Edwin T. Pratt Park in Central District neighborhood of Seattle. The 22K fun bike ride through the Central District to Lake Washington and loop around Seward Park and back to Pratt Park.

Afterwards, join us for fun activities in the park featuring a fitness challenge for all ages and a Bike Rodeo hosted by Bikeworks and Rainier Riders for kids ages 6-14 to learn about the ABC’s of bicycling. The day will also feature the sixth annual UNCF BBQ Cook-Off and Kids Happy Hour.

For more information on the UNCF BBQ Cook-Off and Kids Happy Hour, please click here.

 


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  1. Tony Edwards

    I want to stay in the loop for all Rides

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