Saturday April 28th
Individuals with a passion for both cycling and poker are invited to participate in the Cycle EastLake 18 Mile Mountain Bike & Poker Ride! At five points along the course, cycling card sharks will have an opportunity to collect their aces, kings and queens to see who will cash in with the best hand at the finish line at Otay Ranch Town Center. A sixth, bonus card will be handed out at the finish line followed by an awards (and prize!) ceremony.
100K Cycle Experienced cyclist and skaters are challenged with scenic views of the Eastlake area and neighboring hills to the east. Riding over the bridge on Hwy 125 in both directions, viewing the expanse of the countryside to the east and west of the bridge, looping past Southwestern college, the Olympic Training Center and out past Otay Lakes to the intense 7 mile climb up beautiful Honey Springs Rd. 25 Mile CycleFollows the 100K route before curving away from the steep incline in favor of long, slow hills and smooth, flat roads to even things out.
All registered participants will receive a commemorative Cycle EastLake! event t-shirt and refreshments at the finish line.
Cycle EastLake! is a participatory event, not a timed race. Bike helmets are required and bike checks are recommended. Please be safe and obey all traffic signals. Only bicycles and rollerskates/blades are allowed for the 100K, 25 Mile and Mountain Bike & Poker Tour events.
Cycle EastLake! is one of the EastLake Educational Foundation s three main fundraising events. EEF, established in 1995, is a 501(C)3 non-profit foundation that raises money to support technology initiatives and promote educational opportunities in the six public schools within the EastLake community. Your participation in this event is greatly appreciated; thank you so very much for your support!
Volunteers & Sponsors
Volunteers are needed and sponsorship opportunities of all types are available. Please send an email to Nicole Graichen at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Course maps and other information will be available online at www.eefkids.org/cycle