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Agoura Hills, CA; October 7, 2017—Registration is now open for a day of scenic cycling benefiting two charity organizations, Wired Athlete and the JDRF, formerly known as Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. All levels of cycling are being offered, from cruisers to racers. Join vets in a 15-mile family-friendly ride to support Wired Athlete, an organization that assists wounded, ill, and injured veterans transitioning from military to civilian life. KTLA Morning News co-anchor Frank Buckley, along with other JDRF Team members, will also be cycling to raise awareness for the JDRF, helping to cure type 1 diabetes.
Following the rides, registered cyclists will be treated to a catered buffet lunch provided by the Stonehaus Vineyards, with a glass of beer or wine and a health and fitness expo offering over 30 booths. Also, a bike valet with cleaning, massage, demonstrations, entertainment, giveaways and information on staying healthy and fit are included in the registration.
The Westlake Village Century Bike ride is Saturday, October 7, 2017. The three routes offered are the family bike ride, an easy 15-mile cruise throughout Westlake Village and Agoura Hills for ages 7 and over. Entry fee is $50 and includes ride, lunch and T-shirt for paid registrations only. Kids 7-12 years old are free. (You must email firstname.lastname@example.org for kids’ signup.) Also offered is a challenging 40 mile ride to the coast and 100-mile Century through the Santa Monica Mountains. The cost for each of these rides ranges from $100-$120. Helmets are mandatory on all rides. Register for rides and view courses at www.westlakevillagecentury.com. To ride for JDRF, use the code JDRF25 when registering for any ride.
The health expo is free to the public and you need not ride to attend. All rides start and finish at Stonehaus Vineyard, 32039 Agoura Road, Westlake Village, CA 91361.
The ride is sponsored by Westlake Village Century, City of Agoura Hills, and City of Westlake Village. For more information, contact Darrell Bradbrook email@example.com information on Wired Athletes, visit www.wiredathletes.org and on Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation at www.jdrf.org.