The Pedal Against Trafficking Humans (PATH) Ride is a part of a local movement to prevent trafficking, help victims, and support survivors.
Human trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery in which people use coercion, deception, and force to exploit others through labor and prostitution.
Join us on Saturday, March 25th 2017 to ride your bicycle and help us raise funds
and awareness for anti-trafficking organizations in Western Washington.
Event details and schedule
This year's ride is on Saturday, March 25, 2017. The two courses will start and end in beautiful Seward Park, Seattle. We'll have coffee, snacks, and friendly faces to greet you all! At the finish there will be prizes, lots of food, and a chance to celebrate a great ride!
Day-of check in will open at 8:30am, and riders will depart Seward Park between 9am and 10am.
The long course will be 26 miles along the beautiful South Lake Washington loop. This means crossing Mercer Island, then looping clockwise down through Newcastle and Renton before return to the finish line at Seward Park.
The ride will take approximately 2.5 hours. To view the course, visit: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/608473964
The long course will have a rest area and mechanic's station on Mercer Island at Luther Burbank park. There you can get a bike tweak or take a break to get some snacks and a drink!
The short course will be a beautiful lakeside 14-mile out-and-back from Seward Park to Madison Park along Lake Washington Boulevard.
The ride will take approximately 1.5 hours. To view the course, visit: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/522282052
The short course will have a rest area at the turnaround point with snacks, drinks, and a chance to take a break.