2nd Annual Bridges to Breakers Hammerhead 100
Beach Party Blast
with Live Music by
- Sand Trap Pub |
- Saturday, September 21, 2013
- All day ride! Live music begins at 3 p.m. with the King Brothers |
- $75 per rider; register at bridgestobreakers.com |
- All ages welcome
About 2nd Annual Bridges to Breakers Hammerhead 100
Two summers ago Joey Harrington was hit by a car while riding his bike on the streets of Portland. The Harrington Family Foundation would like to channel the attention from this crash to create safer streets for bicyclists through education with the aim of reducing and preventing injuries to children. The significance of the issue has inspired the Harrington Family Foundation to organize a signature event that raises both awareness and funds for bicycle safety.
Start and Finish:
The 100 mile ride will begin at McMenamins St. Johns Pub. We will ride over the St. John bridge and head west on HWY 30, towards the Oregon Coast to Gearhart, Oregon. There will be five rest stops approximately 20 miles apart between the start and finish that will provide food, water, bike repair and first aid resources. Security and police presence will ensure safety throughout the ride.
The ride will conclude at the McMenamins Sand Trap pub for a 'Beach Party Blast', which is located five miles north of Seaside along the Gearhart Golf Links, an 18-hole public golf course.
Cost is $75 per rider for Short or Long Routes. Each package includes a T-Shirt, Lunch & BBQ Party at the Beach. More information and registration at bridgestobreakers.com.
About Beach Party Blast
Join all the riders after their journey and help salute their efforts with live music from the King Brothers and libation! Open to the public and free to attend – make this your end-of-summer party.
About King Brothers
They have been brothers since 1953. Don is older than Dick. Way older. They have been playing music together on and off since that time, but much more so since 2008. They play everything, from the 60's, to country and top hits of today.