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626 Golden Streets Exploratory Ride!



Golden Line Station

South Pasadena , CA United States

Join us for a special sneak peak of the 626 Golden Streets | Mission-to-Mission Event Route!!!

Starting at the South Pasadena Gold Line station, this family-friendly ride will traverse the #626GoldenStreets event route through South Pasadena, Alhambra, and San Gabriel, before taking a short cut home through San Marino.

The route is relatively flat and roughly 8 miles long. Ride concludes with a special 626 Golden Streets RAFFLE! Read on for details.

10am – Meet South Pasadena Gold Line Station
10:30am – ROLL!
12pm – Return to the South Pasadena Station

-Earn free raffle tickets in the following ways:
+1 Ticket – 626 Themed Rider or Bike! (e.g., Golden Streets shirt, swag, etc)
+1 Ticket – 626 Social Media Share (easy to do at sign-in on event day)
+1 Ticket – ActiveSGV member. Thanks for your support! Join today!

Foothill Gold Line – South Pasadena Station

Metro station parking is available on Meridian north of Mission Stree. However, we encourage participants to ride to the ride or park at another Metro Gold Line station and take the train in.

-Participants 17 years old or younger must wear a helmet. They should also be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.
-Please bring a reusable water bottle!
-BikeSGV rides are pet-friendly but please keep in mind that you are responsible for any pets.
-NO TRAINING WHEELS permitted! Young children are welcome to tag along via a child seat, trailer, tag-a-long or similar ride.

*Alhambra Source is a Media Sponsor of 626 Golden Streets.

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  1. […] 626 Golden Streets Bike Ride: Join Bike SGV on Sunday, April 7th for a special sneak peak of the #626GoldenStreets – Mission-to-Mission Event Route. The exploratory ride will start at 10:00 a.m. the South Pasadena Gold Line station and make its way through Alhambra, San Gabriel and San Marino. This family-friendly, 8-mile ride will traverse the #626GoldenStreets event that is scheduled for Sunday, May 19th.  For more information on the exploratory ride, please click on: #626GoldenStreets […]