SATURDAY APRIL 27, 2013; 9:00 AM MASS START.
DAY OF RIDE REGISTRATION OPENS AT 7:00 AM AT THE RIVER CENTER, THREE FORKS HARBOR.
THREE FORKS HARBOR, EAST OF MUSKOGEE ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ARKANSAS RIVER BRIDGE.
The Flower Power Bike Ride was begun in 1991 by the Muskogee Parks and Recreation Department. It is one of the first rides of the cycling season, and coincides with Muskogee's annual Azalea Festival in Honor Heights Park.
The Flower Power Bike Ride begins and ends at Three Forks Harbor on the Arkansas River River East of Muskogee and features 5 different routes that range in length from 15 to 100 miles in length. The routes travel through the foothills of the Ozark Mountains and across the Lake Fort Gibson Dam; over the Grand, Verdigris, Arkansas, and Illinois Rivers; through the cradle of Oklahoma and Five Civilized Tribes history.
The ride annually hosts from 300 to 500 riders primarily from the Okla/Tx/Ark/Mo/Ks Region.
The Flower Power Bike Ride benefits the Azalea Festival, Honor Heights Park, and trail development in Muskogee.