Friends of Pathways to host Bike-In events, enter to win an e-bike

JACKSON, Wyo. — Friends of Pathways along with Hoback Sports and Snake River Brewing are hosting five Bike-In events throughout the summer, the first is tomorrow July 8 at Snake River Brewing.

People who attend one or more of the events are eligible to win a Specialized 3.0 Como E-Bike. The more events you come to, the more chances you have to win. The E-Bike winner will be announced on KMTN on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at 9 a.m. and contacted by email. The winner will be announced on KMTN on Wednesday, August 25 at 9 a.m.


Thursday, July 8, 4-6 p.m.

The first Bike-In event of the summer! The E-Bike Giveaway Kick-Off will be held at Snake River Brewing. The first 100 people to register with their email will get a free beer. For more details on this Thursday’s event at SRB, click here.

Thursday, July 15, 5-7 p.m.

The second event of the series is a trail work party on the Hagen Trail in Cache Creek. Help smooth out horse ruts on the Hagen Trail and you could win an E-Bike. You can find more information about the Trail Work Party at Cache Creek here.

Sunday, July 18, 12:30-5 p.m.

Friends of Pathways Teton Food Tour – Cruise the pathways from R Park to Teton Village and enjoy local cuisine and music along the way during this all-day event. Tickets are $40 per person through July 12 and $45 thereafter. Participants can register to win the E-Bike at Stop 4. Learn more and purchase tickets Teton Food Tour here.

Thursday, August 12, 6-8 p.m.

Friends of Pathways will host another trail work party. The location is still TBD. Your sweat equity might result in an E-Bike! Stay in the loop on the event details here.

Monday, August 23, 7 p.m.

Friends of Pathways will join the Center for the Arts for Music Mondays on the Center Lawn with One Ton Pig. Bring the kids for a spin on Friends of Pathway’s strider-bike obstacle course and register to win an E-Bike for yourself. Learn more about Music Mondays in The Center Park here.

July 9-August 22

Visit Friends of Pathways Ambassador, Mike Piker at an outreach tent on the trails and pathways. Bikers – show Mike your bike bell or have a bell installed and you can register to win. Walkers – show Mike your short dog leash or tell him “How We Roll in Jackson Hole” and you can register to win. Only one outreach tent entry is allowed over the course of the summer.


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