Auburn’s 18th Annual Bike Bash Will be Held on Saturday, April 1
Get your bicycles ready for the 18th annual Bike Bash in Auburn.
It’s Saturday, April 1, from 8 a.m. to noon at Ogletree Elementary School.
They have a 3 mile, 9 and 17 mile ride in the neighborhoods around the school.
Don’t worry, if you don’t have a bike and want to participate, Auburn University loaner bikes will be there too.
Around 300 people show up every year and the event is aimed for people of all ages.
There will also be other activities for everyone to enjoy in your family.
“It’s an event to promote bicycle safety, and encourage people to bike more. It’s also to show off that we are a bicycle-friendly community and show all the trails and roads you can ride on,” said Gabby Meredith, Community Programs Coordinator for Auburn Parks and Recreation.
After the ride, they’ll also have bike inspections and helmet fittings for the kiddos. 12 and under is $5, and 13 and older is $10.
If you want a free t-shirt register by Wednesday, March 22! You can find out more information on this event at www.BikeBash.org