Bike Around the Bay

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Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 at 3:32 AM
Bike Around the Bay by Alex Bieler

Bike Around the Bay

This May, Environment Erie is giving you a chance to help preserve not only a very special body of land, but also your own body.

Bike Around the Bay offers Erieites a chance to take part in one of three available bike tours of beautiful Presque Isle, with options of 10-, 30-, or 50-mile routes for your choosing. Proceeds from Bike Around the Bay will help fund seminars and workshops to help educate people on the environmental benefits of composting, recycling, managing wastewater, and rain gardens, as well as helping to protect Erie’s natural landmarks. Take the cardio workout into consideration, and Bike Around the Bay – as it can help both your body and your mind.

All three tours start and end at the Pilot House and are accompanied by a picnic lunch, part of a wholesome package that starts with a workout and ends with an environmental education for others.

Saturday, May 17 // 1 Holland St. // environmenterie.org

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