This is the final ride for the Great American Bicycle Ride.
The route is currently on a hiatus as it is undergoing a series of repairs, but the event organizers have announced they are once again going to run it.
“This year’s ride will feature some of the most incredible riding conditions on earth, with the exception of a few extreme days, including one that’s a perfect example of a bike ride that’s impossible to do on a bicycle,” the organizers wrote on their Facebook page.
This year, the ride will begin at 7 p.m. in downtown Seattle, go south to Lake Washington and finish at the Columbia Gorge in the middle of August.
It will be the third year that the Great America bike ride will be held in the Puget Sound.
In 2018, the event’s organizers ran the ride for just 10 days.
The last time it was held was in 2008, and the organizers said they had planned to run the event for four years, but a series.
Bike Seattle said the Great Eastern Ride will include more than 600 bikes from the three previous years.
They said it will also feature the city’s largest, most diverse group of bikes, and more than 40 riders from the area.
At the beginning of the event, more than 400,000 people were expected to ride the route, with organizers saying they expect to have as many as 5,000 bikes in the stands, with some 700,000 spectators expected to watch the race on the course.
Some 200 people have died during the ride, according to Bike Seattle.
According to the organizers, the Great Pacific Bike Ride is one of the oldest cycling events in the United States, and that it’s a tradition that dates back to 1874.
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