Ride for ALZ in Kenai and Soldotna! August 26-27th
There are many opportunities to ride for ALZ on the Kenai including the:
Stretching from Soldotna to Kenai and being adjacent to the highway is the asphalt Unity Trail. More information will be posted shortly.
Map of the trail: https://www.kenai.city/sites/default/files/fileattachments/parks_recreation_amp_beautification/page/1561/unitytrail_8x11_trifold_002.pdf
The Multi-Use Trail
On your way to Skyview, you will find on the right side of the road the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge’s Multi-Use trail. It is a great ride. More information about the Ski Hill Multi-use trail found here: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/kenai/map?trail=ski-hill-multi-use-trail
The best trails on the Kenai. Tsalteshi trails are known for their rolling hills and single track, a small trail that cuts through the whole trail system. Whether it’s the Wolverine, Slikok, Isaak’s Road, Skyview, or Roosevelt Street access you can find the right mountain bike trail for you. You can find their map and more information here: https://www.tsalteshi.org/maps/
The Fitness Place
Along with other gyms, the fitness place has a lot of bike machines you can use to log your miles indoors.
You can also use a bike machine in the comfort of your own home.
From the national team page:
Konica Minolta was the top team for the Ride to End ALZ Classic event in 2022 and we want to do even bigger and better things in 2023.
We will all be riding together; apart from the last weekend in August and our goal this year is to raise $150,000 in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
By participating in the Ride to End ALZ, our team is fueling support services and cutting-edge research to change the trajectory of Alzheimer's disease. Each dollar we raise helps advance research toward the first survivor of Alzheimer's and provides help for those facing dementia today.
Alzheimer’s touches all of us, and it will take all of us to end it. Please join our team or donate today.