10 a.m. – Cycling Time Trials. Space is limited. Details on cost, where to meet and registration are available at
igriverrunning.com/bridgerun" target="_blank">bigriverrunning.com/bridgerun. In addition, those interested can participate in the biathalon, which allows them to compete in both the 6K run and the cycling time trials.
Noon – the bridge opens to the public.
2 p.m. – ribbon cutting ceremony.
3 p.m. – Ceremonial first crossing. Participating in the crossing is limited to various military and classic car groups. All available spots for the crossing are filled.
4 p.m. – The bridge closes to the public.
You must be registered to be on the bridge before noon. Additional information can be found at http://www.newriverbridge.org, including a shuttle bus from the Convention Center MetroLink. I’ll probably take a regular MetroBus.
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