Don’t Miss The Bicycle Scavenger Hunt At The B-Town Bike Fair June 18th!


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What do the artist Renoir, Rhode Island Reds, and Washington State Representative Joe Fitzgibbon all have in common?

They will all be part of the Bicycle Scavenger Hunt at the B-Town Bike Fair on Saturday, June 18th!

You may have heard that, in association with Burien’s Wild Strawberry Festival (we’re Sponsors), the B-Town Bike Fair will be offering a full suite of fun bike activities for kids to build their cycling skills at Town Square Park. But there are also several opportunities for youth and adults to partake in the fun, and one of the most popular activities last year was the Bicycle Scavenger Hunt.

The idea is to lead participants through a 3-4 mile excursion following clues to businesses and historic sites in order to get answers to secret questions. Event organizers suggest you bring a helmet but leave your spandex at home. The hunt is all about taking advantage of Burien’s flat terrain and using the quietest, most enjoyable routes for getting to popular places. Even a fat-tired single speed cruiser should get you through this in less than an hour.

The Scavenger Hunt is free, and will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting from Burien Town Square. Parents with kids in seats or trailers are encouraged to participate. Prizes may be involved, but you’ll have to ride to find out.

For a full list of the B-Town Bike Fair activities including Friday evening’s Bicycle Night Out charity event for Para Los Niños (we’re Sponsors of that too!) go their website: www.btownbikefair.org

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