19th Annual Bike 4 Breath 2010 Ride

"Be a part of Breathe
California’s
19th annual Bike 4 Breath
fundraising ride. Join hundreds of participants riding to promote lung
health and clean air policy in the greater Bay Area. Choose the route
that best suits your riding ability. Our four routes on the San
Francisco Peninsula range from a kid-friendly 10 mile route to a 62 mile
ride to test even the most seasoned biker. Bike 4 Breath is known for
beautiful scenery, great rest stop food, participant support provided by
a terrific group of volunteers and a delicious lunch waiting at the
finish line.

Check-In Times:
7:00 –
8:00 a.m. for 50 & 62 mile riders
8:30 – 9:30 a.m. for 10 &
18 mile riders

Breakfast and Lunch:
Breakfast
and Brown Bag Lunch will be provided FREE for all of
our registered riders. Please order any additional lunches for friends,
family and guests in advance for $5.00 each.
"

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