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Late registration, start of Tour de Peaks moves to downtown

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Day-of registration and the start line of the 25th annual Tour de Peaks bike run has moved to downtown North Bend.

The ride begins Sunday morning, Aug. 11, at Main Avenue and North Bend Way.

Ride check in is from 7 to 10 a.m.

Sponsored by Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Tour de Peaks offers riders a unique opportunity to enjoy the splendors of the Snoqualmie Valley on one of the nicest weekends of the year.

Three rides are supported:

• A century ride of 100 miles covering the entire Valley, North Bend to Duvall.

• A 50-mile ride on mostly country roads, North Bend to Carnation (includes Sno Falls hill)

• A 25-mile ride through the upper Snoqualmie Valley.

Afterwards, enjoy the Festival at Mount Si with a plenty of food, a beer garden, a chili cook off, and the famous Duck Derby.

To commemorate the ride’s 25th anniversary, the ride organizers have teamed up with the Snoqualmie Valley Velo Club to offer a limited edition 25th Anniversary Riding Jersey.

To get involved, visit www.tourdepeaks.org.

 

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