Emily Osborne Agency
Liberty Lake, Washington
2018 RIM RIDE
ABOUT THE EVENT
*Late registration may result in delayed shirt availability. Shirts not claimed can be picked up after the ride at Washington Trust Bank, Liberty Lake Branch. 1427 N. Liberty Lake Road, Liberty Lake, WA, 509.353.5656.
Join us for this elevation ride that explores the beautiful areas of Liberty Lake, Post Falls, Green Bluff and Spokane Valley. Cyclists of all ages and ability levels are welcome. Routes will be clearly marked, with food stops, and medical and mechanical support. Proceeds from this ride support various Rotary Club and community outreach projects.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
1–4pm: Packet Pick-up & Late Registration
3pm: 5 Mile Family Ride Start
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
6:30–9am: Packet Pick-up Late Registration
7am: 100 Mile Start
8am: 50 Mile Start
9am: 25 & 15 Mile Start
After ride, enjoy lunch, beverages, dessert, a beer garden and more.
The route is monitored by Rotarians, volunteers and medical riders. Technical and mechanical support is provided by The Bike Hub.
15 mile Flat Ride/$40
5 mile Family Fun Ride/$5
Late sign-up* (after Sept. 5) $5
Each participant will receive:
This family-friendly ride bike ride takes you on the trails in the beautiful City of Liberty Lake. Safe ride for families and kids.
This flat ride follows the Centennial Trail to Post Falls, and returns to Liberty Lake on the Centennial Trail.
This scenic ride with hills follows the back roads to Post Falls, and returns to Liberty Lake via
the Centennial Trail.
The 50 and 100 mile rides travel through Post Falls, then bike around Hauser and Newman Lakes with a few rolling hills and challenging climbs.
Rotary is a worldwide network of inspired individuals who translate their passions into relevant social causes to change lives in communities. Our motto, Service Above Self , exemplifies the humanitarian spirit of the 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide. Service efforts are directed toward our areas of focus, including disease prevention and treatment, basic education and literacy, and economic and community development.
Sports don't just entertain. They improve communities. They drive economies. And no other organization brings sports events to the Inland Northwest like the Spokane Sports Commission. We are a nonprofit coalition of regional government; business and volunteers committed to recruiting and developing sports events. With these events come tourism dollars, entertainment and media attention attracting sports fans from around the world. Business wins. Kids win. Fans win, our region wins.