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CELEBRATING 76 YEARS OF DERBY DAYS

Derby Days is a summer Redmond tradition that began as a bicycle race around Lake Sammamish in 1939. It was held as a fundraiser for downtown holiday decorations and school athletic equipment. The outgrowth of a small town's community spirit, the Derby now hosts the nation's longest running bicycle race. The bicycle race is now held in downtown Redmond.  This has been an annual event since 1939, with the exception of World War II years 1942-1945.

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