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2010 Bipartisan Bike Ride

Join us as we ride our steel horses along the shores of the Ohio and through the streets of Louisville for the 6th annual Bipartisan Bike Ride. This ride will energize your morning and give you an opportunity to sample the sights of Louisville at a leisurely ten miles an hour.  

Riding with fellow friends, family, and colleagues is an invigorating and eye-opening experience, as past riders can attest. Senator Rodney Ellis of Texas, a host of the ride since its inception noted, “The bike ride has become one of the highlights of the annual legislative summits.”

Since 2006, more than 65 legislators have taken part in the ride, representing 27 states and Quebec.   The Bipartisan Bike Ride is a collaboration between NCSL, BikeTexas and Bicycling for Louisville.  

Click through our slideshow to get a flavor of the 2009 bipartisan bike ride in Philadelphia and get ready to cross the streets of Louisville …

 

Wednesday, July 28th from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Bikes, helmets, water and riding pointers will be provided by BikeTexas. Dress comfortably. All skill levels and ages are welcome to join this guided ride.

Pre-registration is required, with priority given to legislators and their immediate family.  Space is limited! The NCSL Bi-Partisan Bike ride will start and finish at the Belvedere Plaza overlooking the Ohio River.  The Belvedere is one block west and one block north of the Kentucky Convention Center at the intersection of West Main Street and South 5th Street.

For more information on the route and ride, click here.

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