Here We Ride – August 4th Bike Riding Event

Here We Ride - August 3rd Event

Saturday, August 3, 2019

Start & Finish: Zion Lutheran Church Bay City, Michigan

Start Time: Varies (see detailed schedule below)

About Here We Ride

Here We Ride is a FREE single-day bike-riding event co-hosted by Immanuel Lutheran Church & School and Zion Lutheran Church in Bay City that will be held on Saturday, August 3, 2019 to complement and celebrate the efforts of “The Reformation 500” exercise portion of the Here We Stand Campaign.

Detailed Info Sheet

Half Sheet Flyer | Presentation Slide Graphic

Schedule of Events

The Route

Starting and finishing at Zion, Bay City, you and your family are encouraged to ride the distance you choose: the Bay City Rail Trail Loop is 9.6-miles (do as many loops as you’d like—or just turn around when it feels right.)

Here We Ride will take place on the Bay City Rail Trail System—a multi-use paved trail that skirts the Saginaw River and wanders through Bay City linking the full range of their community landscapes.

Download Map

How to Participate

Step 1
Register

Register a Rider

We ask that all participants register (and include any non-riding friends and family as well).

Those that register by July 8 will be guaranteed a free Here We Ride dri-fit t-shirt.

Step 2
Collect Pledges

Download Pledge Form

Participants (and families) are encouraged to collect pledges for the miles they will ride on that day. We ask that you give 50 percent of the money raised to your church or school for its ministry purposes, and the remaining 50 percent to the Here We Stand campaign initiatives.

Support the Riders
Give a Gift

Donate to Here We Ride

Join the event by donating. If you’re sponsoring a particular rider or group, please let us know on the donation page!

Here We Ride Riders are working to reach their pledge goals.  If you wish for the rider you are supporting to NOT know the amount of your contribution, please contact Linda Ekong at via email or 734.213.4265.

Questions/Comments?

Contact Linda Ekong