Mayor’s Hike, Bike and Paddle Draw Thousands for Louisville’s Annual Labor Day Event

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The Mayor’s Walk, Bike and Paddle event kicks off Labor Day morning for its 18th year. Thousands of people are expected at the Louisville Community Boathouse to get out and move. This is the second time in 2022 and the 36th edition of Hike, Bike & Paddle. The event starts at 8 a.m. with various activities to warm people up. including yoga, tai chi and Zumba. Participants will be able to visit the tents of several local businesses and groups starting at 8 a.m. Louisville Cricket Club, 502 Dragon Boats, Louisville Rowing Club and many more. Scheller’s Cycling will have the inflation station and be ready to fill any bicycle tires that need air. T-shirts, look for the t-shirt tent and line up to grab a shirt while supplies last! The hike, bike and paddle starts at 9 a.m. with a send-off from Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. bicycle and pad dle and a longer one for hikers. To view this year’s hiking, biking and paddling routes, click on the links below.

The Mayor’s Walk, Bike and Paddle event kicks off Labor Day morning for its 18th year.

Thousands of people are expected at the Louisville Community Boathouse to get out and move.

This is the second time in 2022 and the 36th edition of Hike, Bike & Paddle.

The event kicks off at 8 a.m. with various activities to warm people up, including yoga, tai chi, and zumba.

Attendees will be able to visit the tents of several local businesses and groups beginning at 8 a.m., including the Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky which will install 500 helmets for cyclists who do not have one, the Louisville Cricket Club, 502 Dragon Boats, Louisville Rowing Club and many more.

Scheller’s Cycling will set up the inflation station and be ready to fill any bike tires that need air.

For the first 2,000 participants there will be free hiking, biking and paddling t-shirts, look for the t-shirt tent and line up to grab a shirt while supplies last!

The hike, bike and paddle kicks off at 9 a.m. with a send-off from Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer.

There are new routes for biking and paddleboarding and a longer one for hikers.

To view this year’s hiking, biking and paddling routes, click on the links below.

Hike

Bike

Paddle *Attention paddlers: For those going to the Paddle Parking, please arrive before 8:30 a.m. to avoid road closures*

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