Comox Bike Company YANA Ride early bird registration deadline is approaching fast. Photo by Gordon Ross

Comox Bike Company YANA Ride early bird registration deadline looming

Comox Bike Company YANA Ride early bird registration deadline is approaching fast. Riders who register before July 15, will get an exclusive original YANA Ride t-shirt courtesy of lead sponsor, Dr. Andreas Conradi.

The Comox Bike Company YANA Ride is a fun and challenging ride through the beautiful Comox Valley. There is a 25km, 50km and a 100km loop as well as a 6km family route that allows riders of all ages to cycle together. The event is a major annual fundraiser for the Comox Valley organization.

The 2019 YANA Ride will take place Sunday, August 18.

For more information or to register visit www.yanacomoxvalley.com

YANA (You Are Not Alone) is a community organization offering help to Comox Valley families who need to travel for medical services for their children.

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