SVBC: Sunnyvale Centennial Historical Bike Tour

From SVBC:

Come cruise the sunny streets of Sunnyvale and learn its history on the family friendly Sunnyvale Centennial Historical Bike Tour! Presented by the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, the tour starts and ends at the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum. There is a 15 mile southern route, an 8 mile northern route, and a scavenger hunt challenge with prizes! Helmets required. Participants should register in advance at:
http://sunnyvale100.com/bike.

While no streets are closed for this event, the routes are designed to minimize interactions with motor vehicles. The routes are arrowed and maps are provided. Many thanks to Sports Basement for providing route arrows, a bike equipment safety check station, and raffle prizes.

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