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Ballard Criterium bike race set for June 10

Posted by Danielle Anthony-Goodwin on May 18th, 2017

The Ballard Criterium, will take over Old Ballard on June 10 this year with as hundreds of bikes fly through the streets for the 24th annual bike race, presented by Carter VW and Ascent Cycles.

The race runs a loop through Old Ballard’s streets, starting and finishing at the corner of Ballard Ave NW and 20th Ave NW. It’s a rectangular course that uses Ballard Ave NW, NW Dock Place, Shilshole Ave NW and NW Vernon Place. The races start at about 2 p.m., and the streets of the course will be closed from 2-10 p.m.

If you want to join in the race, register online, or register on Saturday before 1:30 p.m.

A USA Cycling license is required to race, but you can purchase a one-day license for Cat 5 men’s and Cat 4 women’s races only for $10. All the other categories require the USA Cycling annual license which can be purchased from USA Cycling (not for sale at the race).

The cost to pre-register for the race is $35 plus tax, day of registration is $40 plus tax. Click here for a full list of the racing categories.

Photo courtesy of Ballard Criterium.

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