The annual MS Bike Fraser Valley Experience rides through portions of Abbotsford this weekend. Abbotsford News file photo

MS Bike ride travels through Abbotsford as part of scenic route

Event taking place July 13 and 14 leaves from and finishes in Langley

The annual MS Bike Fraser Valley Experience will pass through Abbotsford this weekend.

More than 200 cyclists are taking part in the event, running Saturday and Sunday, leaving from and ending at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley.

The route features a scenic tour through Langley and Abbotsford, with stops at notable viewpoints and local wineries and breweries along the way.

Riders have a variety of route lengths to choose from each day.

MS Bike is the largest fundraising cycling series in North America.

More than 9,000 cyclists are expected to participate in the 20 one- and two-day tours taking place across Canada between June and September.

MS Bike Fraser Valley Experience is one of four MS Bike tours that are held in B.C.

Funds raised support innovative research into the cause, treatment and cure of MS while also providing valuable services, programs and advocacy for Canadians that are affected.

Visit msbike.ca for more information.

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