If you’d like to see more of various Columbus neighborhoods, and are interested in a bike ride, combine the two with Bike the C-Bus! (This is a bike ride, not a race.) Also, if you are interested in helping out with this event, they are still looking for sponsors. You do not need to have deep pockets. You do not need to have a business or organization that is related to biking. A coupon is also available on the Bike the C-Bus website that gives a FREE child’s registration with a paid adult registration. And while the route covers lots of different areas (Campus area, Short North, Franklinton, German Village, and the King Lincoln District, to name a few), you don’t have to complete all of it.
(Cross-posted on Columbus Rides by Ray George)
We should have an updated brochure for the ride later this week. The route has been updated and it should be available on the website for download later today. We have added some sponsors as well. Check out the website, www.bikethecbus.com for more details.
We are still looking for sponsors. Rest stop sponsors, paid sponsors and in-kind services are needed to make the ride successful. I hope everybody can come out and ride as well.
If you haven’t joined Consider Biking you may want to consider riding the Bike the C-Bus. Why do I say that? Because with your ride registration fee you get a $15 dollar day of discount toward a Consider Biking membership. Check out their site for more details, www.considerbiking.org