Mayors’ International Bike Ride | City Of Yuma, AZ

Mayors’ International Bike Ride | City Of Yuma, AZ

Residents and their families are invited to participate in the Sixth Annual Mayors’ International Bike Ride on Saturday, October 22.

This free, family-friendly ride moves at a leisurely pace, is guided by area public safety agencies, and includes stops every four to five miles.

This year the ride will start at the Yuma Civic Center and stop at Cocopah Korner, Somerton City Hall, Friendship Park in Gadsden, and St. Jude Thaddeus Church in San Luis. The ride concludes with a celebration at the Benito Juarez Park near San Luis Rio Colorado’s City Hall.

Mayor Nicholls and leaders from 4FrontED founded this event to unite communities and highlight the region. This year’s ride is hosted by the mayors and elected officials from the cities of Yuma, Somerton, San Luis, Wellton, and San Luis Rio Colorado, Yuma County as well as the Fort Yuma Quechan and Cocopah tribes. Community leaders will be on site to welcome and encourage riders along the way.

What – Sixth Mayors’ International Bike Ride

When – Saturday, October 22. Registration begins at 7 AM; Ride begins at 8 AM

Where – Yuma Civic Center parking lot (1440 W Desert Hills DR) The 25-mile ride starts at 8 am in Yuma and finishes in San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora. Riders can return from San Luis Mexico via YCAT (spaces are limited)

Who – Family friendly event; Bicyclists of all ages and levels are welcome. Participants under 18 must have a parent/guardian accompany them on the ride.

Cost – Bike Ride is FREE

  • Mayor Bike Ride web logo


To get more event information contact Arlyn Galaviz, Mayor’s Program Administrator at (928) 373-5020 or [email protected].


Click here to view photos from last year’s event!

Comments are closed.