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Bike to the Moon rides planned for Sept. 17

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Hosted by Bike to the Sea and Chinese Culture Connection

 

Malden-based Bike to the Sea, the Chinese Culture Connection (CCC) and Save the Harbor/Save the Bay invite all to participate in a unique experience coming on Sunday, September 17. Get ready for a biking adventure: “Bike to the Moon.” Immerse yourself in Chinese traditions, taste moon cakes, take in the natural scenery and enjoy the ride! You can choose from two different rides that have different lengths and times.

Registration is required and can be done by scanning the QR Code on flyers posted around the city or by just registering online at www.chinesecultureconnection.org or www.biketothesea.org

The entire event is planned from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., though participation could be shorter or longer. Both rides start and end at 50 Holden St. in Malden.

There are two exciting ride options to choose from!

— Family-Friendly Ride: six-mile round trip on a flat bike trail between Malden and Harmon Park (Salem Street at Walnut Street in Revere). There will be a water station at Harmon Park, as well as delicious mooncakes! There will be fun activities and goodies for kids.

—Ride to the Beach: 20-mile round trip on bike trails and bike lanes, between Malden and Nahant Beach in Lynn. There will be a water station at Nahant Beach. You will have the opportunity to enjoy spectacular beach views, encounter wildlife and receive a surprise gift!

For a Free Bluebike (for family-friendly ride only), please contact events@biketothesea.org.

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