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May 6th, 2020


The SBC Board voted to cancel all SBC-sponsored bike rides through the end of June. At the June 2 Board meeting the Board will reassess the resumption of rides in July.

SBC Board also encouraged members to continue to ride on their own and to post on the SBC FB site photos from their rides.Doing this posting will hopefully be a means of keeping us connected during this uncertain time.



Disclaimer:   The Spokane Bicycle Club makes no representations or warranties as to the difficulties or current conditions of the published routes and is not responsible for risks, damages or accidents which may occur as a result of bicycling on these or any other routes referred on the Spokane Bicycle Club website




Bike Rides to Try

May is a great month for solo or family rides.  Below are some rides Bike Everywhere had planned to lead in May.  They still work as leaderless rides.  Please enjoy!


  • Southside Park to Park Ride - Comstock, Hamblen, Upper Lincoln, Olmsted Triangle, Manito Parks, all in less than 10 miles.

Find the map at: http://www.strava.com/routes/25393546

or here: https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/2502460078


Here's the recipe for the snack we usually offer on this ride.  Bake some up for a  stop at one of the park  picnic shelters.

  • Southside Wetlands - Public wetlands on the South Hill - Ben Burr Trail (South), Browne's MountainStormwater Facility, Hazel's Creek, Froggy Pond. Also to enjoy: short off-road trails & picnic shelters

Find the map at: https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/2492175313



  • Ben Burr Trail (north end), Iron Bridge, University Bridge, Liberty and Underhill Parks


  • Latah Creek Trail 
 

  • Browne's Addition Historical Tour


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