Ponca City, OK

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Series at the Lake Bike Ride May 11; registration open until Friday

Ponca City Now - April 22, 2019 9:12 am

Registrants for the Ponca City RecPlex’s  “Series at the Lake” Bike Ride will receive a RED Series T-Shirt and a goodie bag FULL of items from local businesses and contributors! Koozies, BioFreeze Samples, nutritional samples, and all sorts of fun swag will be stuffed in your registration packet!

We are supporting Opportunity Center, Inc. as our shirt vendor for this series and are proud of the good work that ALL of our partners are doing in Ponca City!

You must register online by THIS FRIDAY at NOON to reserve your T-shirt! Registration fee is $35; RecPlex members receive a 10 percent discount.

The Bike Ride is a 25 Mile Course that highlights the Lake and surrounding areas north of town. The ride starts at the Ambuc Park at Lake Ponca at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, May 11.

There will be two safety stations, a turn-by-turn cue sheet (you can download this on your Garmin or iPhone too!), and post-ride food to fuel you back up!

You do NOT have to be an expert to participate. Riders of all levels are welcome to register. We do ask that if you have a child under the age of 16 participating that you ride alongside them.

The next event in the series will be the FIRST OPEN WATER SWIM event in July! You don’t want to miss out on these fun events at Lake Ponca!

 

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