All bicycle riders are invited to the 6th annual Cycle Sierra Vista on Saturday. This free event, at the Cove parking lot in Veterans’ Memorial Park, offers ride routes, group rides, and other activities for adults and children. The event will emphasize safe riding skills and introduce safe bicycling routes throughout the community. The Cochise – Vista Bicycle Route will be featured in the ride routes. This 11.5-mile, north-south bicycle route crosses the community on shared-use paths, bike lanes and low-traffic streets. Route maps and information will be available at the starting point. For more information, call 439.2310.
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