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Bike SUX
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Saturday, June 7th 2014 - 8:00 am - 2:45 pm

Three years ago a community ride was started called Bike SUX.  They had over 150 riders coming to Sioux City from as far as Minneapolis to participate.

The ride starts at Minerva’s in Sioux City, IA a local bar and restaurant who provides the lunch and space for both the registration and the final stop for lunch and entertainment.

We have grown beyond our wildest dreams! We anticipate over 250 riders from all over.

With RAGBRAI always starting on the Western side of Iowa this ride has proven to be a trial run for the big ride in July!

Riders of all kinds can participate, in fact we encourage newbies to dust off their bicycles and give cycling a whirl.

Not only is the ride fun but we offer great swag bags full of all kinds of gift certificates and goodies from local and national companies. And our t-shirts are awesome!

Find more information here

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