Special event will result in temporary street and parking lot closures in Solana Beach

A special event will occur this weekend that includes a bike ride, expo and Taste of Solana Beach. There will be increased bicycle use of the local roads as well as some temporary parking lot and street closures. See below for the specific details:

Expo and Taste of Solana Beach Food Walk Overview:

More than 20 restaurants in Solana Beach will be serving food as participants walk around Solana Beach.

Saturday, Sept. 7:

Location: Distillery Lot, Solana Beach

Closed from 5 a.m. – 5 p.m.

GranFondo Cycling Event Overview:

Sunday, Sept. 8:

Location: Estrella St. (between Hwy 101 & Acacia)

Closed from 5 a.m. – 11 a.m.

For more information, visit GirodiSanDiego.com.

Related posts:

  1. Solana Beach to host taste tour and bike ride Sept. 15-16
  2. Super Tasty 5K Restaurant Walk to be held in Solana Beach
  3. North Torrey Pines road closures coming
  4. Temporary North Torrey Pines Road closures start tonight, Jan. 6
  5. Triathlon, related events to be held in Solana Beach July 27-28

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