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Join Yogachelan and Chelan Electric Bikes for the annual Chelan Nouveau Tryathlon on April 23 and April 30, 2017. (Photo by Jillian Foster)

YogaChelan and Chelan Electric Bikes present the Chelan Nouveau Tryathalon! Participants will travel by electric bikes through the back roads of Manson. The route rides through apple orchards, vineyards and the shores of Roses Lake, Dry Lake and Wapato Lake.

Leg 1:  Yoga

Leg 2:  Electric Bikes

Leg 3:  Wine Tasting

This year’s ‘Tryathlon’ will stop for yoga on the shore of one of the lakes to take in the beauty and organic feeling of the practice. Nearing the end of the trek, participants will visit boutique wineries and savor the tastes of the Chelan Valley wine country.

Participants can choose between two dates, April 23 or April 30. The event kicks off at 12:30 p.m. on both dates from Old Mill Bay Park in Manson, WA.

 

The electric bikes are easy to ride and make riding up hills and through the back roads of Manson, a breeze. (Photo by Jillian Foster)

Cost for the ‘Tryathlon’ is $99 per person with $10 of each registration being donated to Chelan Valley Hope. Pre-registration and payment for the event are required, so reserve a space soon, as spaces area limited. There are ten electric bikes available.

The electric bikes are very easy to operate and ride with little to no effort to ride up hills. The event goes about three hours. Please arrive 15 minutes early to prepare. Guests are encouraged to dress for the weather which may be cool. The bikes feature baskets for extra clothes, water and any other items that may be needed.

Visit Yogachelan’s website or call Lynda at (206) 818-2619 for more information. To learn more about the electric bicycles and other tours offered by the company, visit the Chelan Electric Bikes website

More Yoga opportunities are offered by YogaChelan this Spring, including the Spring Equinox Yoga this Sunday, March 19 from 3:00 – 4:40 p.m. See details on special classes below.

(By Jillian Foster)

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