The Prince George Public Library is gearing up to host Bike Fest, an afternoon of bikes and food, this Saturday in Canada Games Plaza.
Bike Fest will be held outside the Bob Harkins Branch, downtown, in Canada Games Plaza on Saturday, June 25, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. If you already ride or are looking to take up a new hobby, this is for you.
Talk to a variety of organizations to learn more about the trails in and around Prince George and even how to repair your bike. There will be prize draws from Ruckus, Koops, and the Prince George Brain Injured Group Society, and delicious food from vendors like Baller Foods, Kusina Tasty Foods, Open Door Café, and Veg Head Killer Foods. There’s something for everyone.
“Bike Fest is meant for every person of every skills level, from the bike enthusiast to the foodie,” said says Jen Rubadeau, the Prince George Public Library’s Manager of Communications and Engagement. “Come down and talk to the experts about what you need to start biking or grab some local trail maps and find your next adventure! Prize draws and delicious food make this your perfect Saturday. With that much delicious food and being just down the road from the Farmer’s Market, this event is a great way to kick off summer and encourage people get outside.”
There will be booths and demos from Caledonia Nordic, Cycle Logic, Gals n’ Gears Bike Club, Cops for Cancer, the Prince George Brain Injured Group, the BC Summer Games, and the Prince George Public Library as well as prizes from Ruckus, Koops, and the Prince George Brain Injured Group Society.