Pedal for People

A Portland Bike Tour in Support of Water for People      

                                            

 

            
             

 

 

Date: Sunday, September 13,2020 | 1:00pm -4:00pm

 

This year the Water For People Committee is bringing Pedal For People to Spokane. Join us on a casual bike ride along the Centennial Trail in Spokane while raising money for Water For People. All proceeds for this event will be donated to Water For People and support their mission to develop high-quality drinking water and sanitation services, accessible to all, and sustained by strong communities, businesses, and governments. The event willstart and end at the Spoke N’ Sport Bike Shop (212 N. Division St.) and will follow a 15-mile out and back along the Spokane River with rest and informational stops with refreshments planned along the way. This event is not meant to be a race and guests of all cycling abilities are encouraged to participate. Participants will be divided into groups, each group riding at a pace suited to their abilities and paced by a group leader.

Registration will be available on the PNCWA 2020 Conference website. Registration for this event is separate from the conference.

Registration Fees:

  • $50 per rider providing their own bicycle and helmet
  • $80 per rider rentinghybrid bike and helmet
**If you need to rent an alternative bike i.e. hand-powered, kids, etc. use the contact information below and the organizer will help to accommodate.
Questions? Contact Halley Kimball at [email protected]

 

Waiver and Release of Liability

All participants must sign a waiver and release of liability form when you check-in onsite for the ride. By registering, you agree to sign the waiver and release of liability onsite for yourself and any other run participants for which you are a legal guardian. 

In consideration of being permitted to participate in the PNCWA Water For Pedal for People I agree to assume all risks inherent in participation in such program, whether they are apparent to me or not. I certify that I am in good physical health and fit to participate. Nevertheless, I acknowledge that participation carries an inherent risk of injury to my person and damage to my property. I hereby waive and release, for myself and for my heirs and assigns, any and all claims, causes of action, or liabilities which may hereafter accrue against Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association (PNCWA), and its affiliates, their agents, employees, volunteers, officers, directors, successors and assigns, Water For People, the City of Portland, and any and all sponsors, their representatives and successors, that may arise as a result of my participation in the PNCWA Pedal for People, including any and all claims for personal injuries caused by PNCWA’s negligence.

Further, I hereby grant full permission to any and all of the foregoing to use any photographs, motion pictures, recordings, or any other record of these events for any legitimate purpose, including promotional advertising, without monetary payment to me. The PNCWA Pedal for People will be conducted either rain or shine. I understand that the entry fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.

This section to be read and acknowledged by parent/legal guardian if any Participant is a minor:

As the parent/legal guardian of any PNCWA Pedal for People Participant, I hereby waive and release on behalf of my child, any and all claims, and causes of action, or liabilities which may hereafter accrue against Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association (PNCWA), and its affiliates, their agents, employees, volunteers, officers, directors, successors and assigns, Water For People, the City of Boise, Boise Parks and Recreation Department, and any and all sponsors, their representatives and successors, by reason of my child’s participation in said program, including any and all claims for personal injuries caused by PNCWA’s negligence. In addition, I accept full responsibility for the care and supervision of my child during the above-described ride.