Downtown bike sign

Price Family Properties is donating $100 to Tulsa Area United Way for each person who takes part in a Saturday downtown event, up to $100,000.

Ride a bike (or go for a walk) downtown this Saturday morning and help the Tulsa Area United Way earn up to $100,000 in donations from Price Family Properties. 

The Downtown Deco Bike Challenge will take place 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

For each person who rides their bike or walks to the parking lot with balloon arches at East 6th Street and South Main Street, the property management company will donate $100 to the Tulsa Area United Way.

Related: Just how important Price Family Properties is to downtown Tulsa. 

The event was created to help spur interest in the new downtown bike lanes that connect to 100 paved miles of bike paths and trails across the Tulsa metro.

The Downtown Deco Bike Challenge will showcase downtown Tulsa businesses such as Eerie Abbey Ales, Topeca Coffee, Kai Vietnamese Cuisine, and Candy Castle. Also, the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile will be there.

Here is how you can participate:

  • Event runs Saturday, Nov. 14, from 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Walk or bike to 6th & Main, go through the balloon arch and Price Family Properties will donate $100 to the Tulsa Area United Way.
  • Pick up a raffle ticket, once you fill out with your name and phone number, drop if off at any of the participating businesses. A complete list of participating businesses will be listed on the raffle card.
  • The first 20 people each hour to go under the balloon arch will receive a free coffee from Topeca. 

This event will abide by social distancing guidelines to ensure the safety of everyone participating. All participants must abide by traffic laws and regulations.

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