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Summer Bike Challenge 2021
Posted on 05/24/2021
Summer Bike Challenge 2021

Looking for free summertime recreation that's fun for the whole family?

Check out 511 Contra Costa’s Summer Bike Challenge. June through August, riders of all ages can explore their hometowns on two wheels. Simply bike to each destination and cross off the squares as you go. Pick up free prizes on select dates, take weekly Bonus Challenges, and enter the iPad Grand Prize Drawing.

Visit 511cc.org/go to get started.

Click here to download a PDF flyer.

 

PDF text reads:

San Ramon 2021 Summer Bike Challenge
Explore your town from the seat of a bike!

How to Play: Bike to ask many squares as you can June 1 – August 31. Collect prizes along the way!

Start: It's free! Sign up online and be automatically entered in the Grand Prize Drawing for an iPad at 511cc.org/go. Enter by August 31, 2021.

Free Stuff: Bike to as many Challenge Squares* as you can. Can you clear the board by August 31?  *Free stuff available for each pedaling cyclist, while supplies last

Challenge Squares: Farmers Market, Creekside Park, Piccadilly Park, Public Art! Shadow Dancers at Athan Downs, Boone Acres Park, Neighbor City, Library, Sport Court, Arlington Park, Your Schools!, and City Center

Date                  Time                                        Bike to this location (look for the 511CC table)

June 16            10:30am-12:30pm         Boone Acres: win a  free In-N-Out gift card

June 28            1:30-3:30pm                      Piccadilly Park: win a free In-N-Out gift card

July 27            10:30am-12:30pm           Library: win a free Cold Stone Creamery gift card

 

Bonus! Weekly Prize Drawings

We’ll email on Bonus Bike Challenge each week. You can reply to sbc@511cc.org with a selfie of you + your bike to be entered in weekly drawings for $35 Amazon gift cards.

511CC follows county guidelines for COVID safety. Check 511cc.org/sbc for possible event changes due to COVID.

Brought to you by 511 Contra Costa, with funding from the Contra Costa Transportation Authority and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District