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Celebrate Independence Day with Canyon Lake’s 20th Annual 4th of July Bike Ride

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

Canyon Lake residents and their guests are invited to decorate their bikes, scooters, wagons, strollers, and golf carts and participate in the community’s 20th Annual 4th of July Bike Ride. Walkers and runners are also welcome to participate.

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

Participants will gather at 8:30 a.m. for a potluck breakfast in the driveway at 30525 Longhorn Drive. A traditional group photo will be taken at 8:45 a.m., followed by the bike ride at 9 a.m. The “ride” will travel to Happy Camp, then to Big Range Road, continue to Whirlaway Court, and finish at Moonstone Beach. 

Residents participating in the potluck breakfast are asked to bring convenient breakfast foods such as donuts and pastries, as well as drinks like boxed juices, boxed milk, and canned beverages.

The tradition of the community 4th of July Bike Ride started in 2004 when Karen and Taz Waller opened their driveway on Longhorn Drive to a handful of kids and dads for breakfast and a bike ride through Canyon Lake on the morning of July 4.

The Wallers hosted the bike ride for 14 years, then relocated to Colorado in 2018. Today, Tina and Milton Roller continue the tradition that the Wallers started. More than 100 Canyon Lake residents participate each year.

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
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