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Helmets and face masks required for Wolf Lake Labor Day Bike Ride

Registration deadline August 28 for ride on Monday, September 7, 8:30am

information provided by the Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative

HAMMOND, Ind. (August 11, 2020) – A bi-state Labor Day Bike Ride will take place on Monday, September 7, as part of the 17th annual Active Living Faire at Wolf Lake.

Sponsored by the Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative (AWLI), the 20-mile ride, with frequent stops along the way, will begin at 8:30am with a sign-up in the parking lot of the Environmental Education Center, 2405 Calumet Avenue, Hammond, Indiana. There is no charge to participate, and riders will view all parts of the watershed, while enjoying early autumn colors. Highlights include:

  • Wolf Lake Pavilion & Memorial Park
  • Amaizo Channel
  • Eggers Grove
  • William W. Powers State Recreation Area
  • Wolf Lake Terminals
  • Nike Missile
  • Indian Creek
  • Powderhorn Lake
  • Calumet Container Site
  • George Lake
The Labor Day Bike Ride around Wolf Lake will cross state lines. (Map provided)

Though the ride is free, online registration is required by August 28.

Bike riders are required to wear helmets and all participants are required to wear face masks.

Registration is available at:

More information is available by calling 219-933-7149 or 312-220-0120.

AWLI is a not-for-profit organization and land trust seeking to protect and enhance the Wolf Lake watershed.

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