On Sunday June 8, join Urban & Community Forestry for a 13-mile bike ride through Lake Oswego’s neighborhoods to visit some of the City’s grandest trees. The Heritage Tree Bike Ride is a great opportunity to enjoy beautiful trees on a fun bike ride with neighbors, family, and friends.
We’ll meet at Lower Millennium Plaza Park and depart at 11am sharp, so get there early. During the ride, we’ll take a rest break and enjoy refreshments while we learn more about our Heritage Trees from the City’s contract arborist. All experience levels are welcome. A Bike Gallery mechanic will be riding along in case you have mechanical difficulties.
Don’t miss the fun! For more information and to register, please contact Shannan Stoll at 503-675-3737 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to the Bike Gallery Lake Oswego for providing technical assistance during the ride, and to Lamb’s Markets for providing snacks.
Click here for the Heritage Tree Bike Ride Route Map.
Click here for the waiver in order to participate.