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August features bicycling events, but September is top month

Bicyclists head west on Spokane Falls Boulevard on Sunday morning during the fifth annual SpokeFest. (Colin Mulvany)
Bicyclists head west on Spokane Falls Boulevard on Sunday morning during the fifth annual SpokeFest. (Colin Mulvany)

BICYCLING --  Hundreds of cyclists are resting their legs this week after Saturday’s Eight Lakes Leg Aches ride west of Spokane. But there’s plenty of events remaining in August, such as:

Le Tour de Koocanusa on Aug. 10 out of Libby, Tour de Lentil metric century on Aug. 17 out of Pullman, White Pine Pedal Mettle on Aug. 17 out of St. Maries, and the Conquer Schweitzer hill climb on Aug. 18.

However, SEPTEMBER is jam-packed with cycling events, including some of the best of the season, such as SpokeFest and the Coeur de Fondo.

See details on these and dozens of other rides through October in The Spokesman-Review’s 2013 Northwest Bicycling Events Expanded List.




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Rich Landers joined The Spokesman-Review in 1977. He is the Outdoors editor for the Sports Department writing and photographing stories about hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, conservation, nature and wildlife and related topics.

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