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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Bike About

   This weekend much of the attention in our area will be on Baltimore and its Star Spangled Celebration but here in Columbia Saturday's Columbia Archives Bike About will be taking place.  Here is the information on this year's event and a place to register for the ride:

Columbia BikeAbout is Saturday,
September 13, 2014


"Start location: Wilde Lake Park
Start time: riders start between 9:30am and 10:00am
End time: riders must finish the course by 1pm
Course length: about 12 miles

    Parking: Parking will be tight so please ride your bike from home to the check-in tables. Parking is available at the small parking lot near Wilde Lake Barn (Hyla Brook Road); Running Brook Elementary School; Running Brook Neighborhood center (5730 Columbia Road)

   Registration: Online registration is open through Thursday, September 11, 2014. After that you can register the morning of the BikeAbout at Wilde Lake Park.

   Mark your calendars and join Columbia Association’s (CA) Columbia Archives for the fun and informative annual Columbia BikeAbout, which will be held on Saturday, September 13.

   This year’s free, family-friendly ride will begin at 9:30 a.m. at a new location — Wilde Lake Park. Riders will be able to start up until 10 a.m. and are expected to complete the ride by 1 p.m. They will embark on a 12-mile route that winds through the villages of Wilde Lake, Harper’s Choice and Hickory Ridge. The route takes them into the neighborhood that James Rouse, Columbia’s founder, called home, and then brings them along the stream that feeds Wilde Lake, and then into the Middle Patuxent Valley.

   Columbia BikeAbout highlights the history of Columbia, as well as the extensive pathway system and open space that contribute to Columbia’s high quality of life. This year’s features during the ride include fun facts about Rouse, a look at some of CA’s newest improvement projects, and a closer look at the future of Symphony Woods.

   The end of the ride will bring a special treat: an old-fashioned picnic hosted at Wilde Lake Park by the Wilde Lake Community Association and CA. Riders will be able to purchase refreshments from a variety of food trucks and enjoy free entertainment. Click here for more information about the Wilde Lake Old-Fashioned Family Picnic."


P.S.
   Blog party at Nottingham's tonight (Sept 9)
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