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Louisville's Hike, Bike and Paddle goes virtual

Mayor Greg Fischer announced the in-person event would be canceled due to coronavirus.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Mayor Greg Fischer announced this spring's Hike, Bike and Paddle will go virtual after the coronavirus pandemic caused the city to cancel any in-person events.

The event will take place over the course of four weeks, going from Memorial Day to Saturday, June 20. People are encouraged to participate at home, in neighborhoods or at local parks.

Participants can take their pick of a three mile hike, 10 to 15 mile bike ride or one to five mile paddle. Hikers and bikers can participate in their neighborhoods, parks or indoor equipment. Paddlers can go to a public waterway or indoor rowing machine.

After doing their selected activity, participants can register online for an official t-shirt. To enter your activity, click here.

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