Get outside and join NPCA for a FREE family bike ride on Saturday, July 9, along the Rim of the Valley corridor.
All levels and ages of cyclists are welcomed as we explore an area that could one day be included in Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
Riders will pedal from Pasadena City Hall to the Arroyo Seco River bike path and the Audubon Center at Deb’s Park, and back to Pasadena City hall for a total of 13 miles. Along the way, cyclists will stop to learn about local landscapes, native habitat and hidden gems, all within urban Los Angeles.
By cycling through the Rim of the Valley corridor, participants will form a deeper connection to landscapes and areas of significance to Los Angeles’ history and culture. Bringing the Park Service closer to urban Los Angeles will enhance protection of critical natural and cultural resources and is a key focus of NPCA’s work in Southern California.
Participants will learn about opportunities to get involved in our national parks and support the expansion of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
The Rim of the Valley Family Bike Ride is part of NPCA’s #FindYourVoice initiative, which inspires people to speak up for and protect America’s favorite places.
We hope you will join us!
WHAT: Rim of the Valley Family Bike Ride
WHEN: Saturday, July 9, 2016. Registration begins at 7:00a.m., the ride begins at 8:00a.m. and we’ll leave the Audubon Center at 12:30p.m. to return to Pasadena’s City Hall.
WHERE: Pasadena City Hall 100 N. Garfield Ave Pasadena, CA 91199
RSVP: Please RSVP for this free event here.
If you have questions, please contact Laura Torres at email@example.com
Other: All riders must bring a bike and helmet to participate. The ride will be fully supported, with refreshments provided along the way. Registered riders will receive a free snack, water bottle and t-shirt at check in. The ride is limited to 100 participants, so sign up today!