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Finish The Ride and Finish The Run Griffith Park

Date
May 19, 2019 @ 07:00 AM
Time
May 19, 2019 @ 07:00 AM - May 19, 2019 @ 01:00 PM
Cost
$25 – $85
Organizer’s Site
http://www.FinishTheRide.org/ftr-griffith-park
Council District
City Council District 4

It’s not just an event, it’s a movement for safety on the streets of California. Join the movement. Be part of the solution.

Join cyclists, runners, walkers and many others to enjoy the beautiful scenery and back roads of Griffith Park. Our rides take you on a journey through the park and surrounding areas and our runs/walks travel around the most tranquil areas of Griffith Park. Top it all off with at our wonderful end event venue. By participating, you are supporting Streets Are For Everyone (SAFE) and Walk N’ Rollers in their combined missions of creating safer, healthier communities by making the streets safer for all users, ending hit and run fatalities and encouraging people of all ages to be more active.

The event includes:

Ride
9 Mile Fun Ride
20 Mile Nice N’ Easy Ride
35 Mile Leg Burn Ride
Killer Half Century
Run = 5K, 10K and Half Marathon
Walk = 5K and 10K
Roll = 10K — Skateboards, rollerblades, wheelchair athletes, finish on anything with wheels!
Free t-shirt or cycling socks with registration.
Chip timing (5K, 10K and Half Marathon only) and NEW finishing medals awarded for ALL events!
Great live music, food and dancing
NEW: Kids’ Bike Skills Workshop

EVENT SCHEDULE AND START TIMES

Where: Crystal Springs Picnic Area, Griffith Park (4659 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027)

Registration opens at 6:00am, it is recommended you arrive at least 30mins before your event start to register and 15mins before your event start if you are already pre-registered, to pick up your bib.

Schedule:
6:00 AM Check-in opens
7:00 AM Killer Half Century Start
8:00 AM Opening Ceremony/Special Speakers
8:15 AM Half Marathon Start
8:30 AM 35 Mile Leg Burn Ride Start
8:45 AM 20 Mile Nice and Easy and 9 Mile Family Ride/Roll Start
9:00 AM 5K/10K Fun Run/Walk Start
Expo area closes promptly at 1pm

Have some questions? Check out our FAQ section, email Register@FinishTheRide.org or call (844) 884-7233 x801.

Location

Crystal Springs Picnic Area
4659 Crystal Springs Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027 United States
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Organizer

Streets Are For Everyone
Phone:
8448847233
Email:
Register@FinishTheRide.org
Website:
www.StreetsAreForEveryone.org

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