Bellevue’s Lake to Lake Bike Ride is taking place on June 11th. The non-competitive ride explores award-winning parks by bike.
The ride utilizes low-traffic roads, bike lanes, and part of the Lake to Lake trail (non-technical gravel), and traverses much of the city. Riders of all abilities are invited to join.
There are two route options. Both routes are about 80% paved road and 20% small gravel. The Greenbelt Loop is mostly flat and is 8-miles long. The Lake Loop is more challenging, at 24-miles long, with significant elevation gain.
Riders under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
A post-ride party will follow the bike ride with prize giveaways, and a free kids ride in the park for children 8 and under. Proceeds benefit the City of Bellevue’s youth camp scholarship fund.
The ride is from 8am to 1pm. Early registration costs $15 and day-of registration costs $20. The start and finish for both rides is located at Robinswood Community Park, North entrance.
To register for the Lake to Lake Bike Ride, visit the website.