Saturday, February 6, 2016
Port Mayaca, FL
Our popular cycling event is now entering its 6th year! Be part of the fun and help raise funds to provide literacy skills to children and families by participating in this scenic and exciting ride. This year's event promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Loop the Lake for Literacy 2016 includes rides of 14, 34, 68 and 115 miles. The 14, 34, and 68 mile rides will all take place on the dike at one of the most beautiful parts of Lake Okeechobee starting and ending at Port Mayaca. Online registration closed at midnight on Wednesday, February 3. Onsite/day of event registration will be available at 6 a.m. First, second and third place female and male Full Loop finishers will be awarded a trophy.
All rides will begin and end at the Port Mayaca Locks (NORTH SIDE).
For Google Maps and other GPS mapping devices use:
Port Mayaca Locks, 18100 SW Conners Hwy Canal Point, FL 33438
Fundraise $200 or more to ride for free.
Fundraise $400 or more to ride for free and get a Loop the Lake jersey.
Sign up a team of nine riders and the tenth is free.
What your registration makes possible
Give a child an early start and help families and adults improve their quality of life by giving the gift of reading and literacy. The Loop the Lake for Literacy cycling event supports the vital programs of the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County. When you register to ride, fundraise and spread the word to fellow athletes, you will ensure that children and adults gain the skills they need to succeed in school, work and life. Get involved and make sure that everyone who wants to learn to read, can. For information on the Coalition's programs, visit www.LiteracyPBC.org.