Are you Spoked to Ride for a Great Cause?
**Morning Ride Canceled Due to Extreme Heat Risk**
Take part in our unique fundraising event that provides a safe space, mentoring and skills training for at-risk youth.
This summer, set in the picturesque Snoqualmie Valley, you can take part in a family bike ride that will help change lives. Spoked to Ride is a unique cycling event for nearly all riding ages where people can register for an afternoon of fun, sun and cycling in order to raise money for teens who need additional support.
Since this is a family fun event, you also have the option to register a non-rider to come and simply enjoy the food and festivities after the ride is over. That way, everyone can come join the fun even if they don’t want to participate in the morning ride. Please note, youth 17 and under eat for free!
New this year! If you can’t make the physical event, support our cause by purchasing a VIRTUAL Spoked to Ride 2021 registration. You set your route and your date (on or before June 26th) and tag us in pics when you’ve crossed your finish line.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN (on our sponsor’s website): https://www.nuleafoffice.com/spokedtoride2021
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HOW WE ARE HANDLING COVID
If you plan on attending Spoked to Ride in person this year, please note the following safety measures and suggestions:
– All vendors working at the event are vaccinated and will be wearing face coverings.
– Disposable face masks will be available onsite if needed, as well as hand sanitizer.
– Our location is an expansive park setting so we welcome and encourage guests to bring lawn chairs and/or blankets to find a private picnic spot if you don’t want to dine at a shared picnic table.
– We encourage people to stay home if you are feeling ill the day of the event, and we will offer a full refund when requested.
For our participating guests, we offer the latest CDC recommendations for outdoor activities, and leave it to the discretion of each participant how to handle individual safety measures. We completely understand if you are not comfortable joining us this year and hope you will take part in our virtual ride.