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SpokeFest waives late fees

Wheeling along Spokane Falls Boulevard, cyclists head off for their 9 or 21-mile ride during SpokeFest on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, in downtown Spokane, Wash. Forgot to register for SpokeFest? Don’t fret. A $20 late-registration fee has been waived. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
Wheeling along Spokane Falls Boulevard, cyclists head off for their 9 or 21-mile ride during SpokeFest on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, in downtown Spokane, Wash. Forgot to register for SpokeFest? Don’t fret. A $20 late-registration fee has been waived. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

Forgot to register for SpokeFest? Don’t fret. A $20 late-registration fee has been waived.

The final day to mail in paper registrations is September 4. After that register online or in person at Mountain Gear on September 7 or REI on September 8. You can also register on the day of the event.

Registration costs $20 for adults and $10 for youth.

The race itself is on September 9. If the air quality is in the unhealthy levels the ride will be canceled, according to the organization. Registration fees are non-refundable.

To register online and download the form necessary to register by mail: spokefest.org/register.

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