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Over 2,000 join Bakersfield’s Cycle Centennial marking 20-year project completion

Over 2,000 join Bakersfield's Cycle Centennial marking 20-year project completion

The Blue Zones Project Bakersfield and the City of Bakersfield held the Cycle Centennial Bakersfield, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — The Blue Zones Project Bakersfield and the…

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The Blue Zones Project Bakersfield and the City of Bakersfield held the Cycle Centennial Bakersfield, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — The Blue Zones Project Bakersfield and the City of Bakersfield held the Cycle Centennia l, a 1.5-mile bike ride on a stretch of the Centennial Corridor, celebrating the completion of the nearly 20-year project.

More than two thousand people pre-registered for today’s event. The ride was free to the public.

Melissa Rossiter, senior marketing specialist, at Blue Zones Project Bakersfield said It’s real cool to be a part of something so monumental, and it kind of ties in with Blue Zones Project and our goal to help make healthier choices more accessible and easier throughout the community. BE THE FIRST TO COMMENT

There is no set date for when the Centennial Corridor will be open to traffic, but the City of Bakersfield says they plan on making that announcement soon on their social media accounts.

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