Last Day to Register Online for LACBC’s River Ride

Today is the last day to register online for Los Angeles’ most popular bike event, the 8th Annual Los Angeles River Ride.  You can register at the event, but due to the popularity of the River Ride and limited space it’s probably best to register online today if you’re interested but not already signed up.

There are rides for cyclists of all skill and endurance levels ranging from a kids ride to a century run.  The River Ride is this Sunday, June 8, and all races begin and end in Griffith Park.  The ride and registration times are as follows:

50-Mile: Register at 7:30 am, Ride at 8:00 am
70 Mile: Register at 7:00 am, Ride at 7:45 am
100-Mile: Register at 6:30 am, Ride at 7:00 am
10-Mile: Register at 10:00 am, Ride at 11:00 am
Kids Ride and Fun Fair: Registration and festivities at 10:00 am

For more information about the ride or the LACBC check out the River Ride F.A.Q.

Image: Melanie Smith via LACBC

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