Aug 23, 2008-
Aug 23, 2008
07:30AM - 04:00PM
‘Break the Cycle’ Benefit Bike Ride & Summer Jam
YWCA Free Family Event follows Bike Ride
Event Description
YWCA Sonoma County’s
‘Break the Cycle’ Benefit Bike Ride & Summer Jam
Saturday, August 23, 2008

Only days away, it’s time now to register for the YWCA ‘Break the Cycle’ Bike Ride and Summer Jam. The ride and a day of fun and music take place on the Windsor Town Green, on Saturday, August 23rd.  Registration begins at 7:00 am. There are 20, 50 and 100K routes that wind through the beautiful Sonoma County vineyards of Healdsburg and Windsor. Ride registration fees range from $25-70 and include lunch and t-shirt.
The Summer Jam takes place on the Windsor Town Green from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission is FREE, with a kid’s cycling track, lots of family activities and live music by students of The Great Burro Studios with Spencer Burrows. Tickets are available for the BBQ lunch, wine and beer.
This is a benefit ride for the YWCA Sonoma County, which provides support to the community through their domestic violence services program.
For more information and to register for the bike ride, call 707-303-8401 or email: You can also visit the YWCA Sonoma County website at

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Donata Bohanec     Email:
Phone: 707-303-8401



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