The annual Linn County Mayors’ Bike Ride is more than just a free ride through Cedar Rapids. It’s also an educational opportunity to showcase the continued need and development for multimodal transportation networks in Linn County. And it allows elected officials to directly interact with constituents interested in trail development. All levels of riders are welcome, from social to avid cyclists. All participants must wear a helmet. Riders can choose from an 8.5 mile route winding through all four quadrants, or a 2.5 mile route, both beginning and ending at the Ellis Park Pool parking lot.
Linn County Mayors’ Bike Ride
9 a.m. registration, 10 a.m. ride, Monday (9/3), Ellis Park Pool, 2000 Ellis Blvd. NW, Cedar Rapids; free, Linncountytrails.org/mayorsbikeride/
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