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Motorcyclist travels to 100 Black Bear Diners, will stop in Bakersfield August 14th

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Posted at 6:52 AM, Aug 14, 2017
and last updated 2017-08-14 09:52:02-04

A motorcyclists is visiting 100 Black Bear Diners to celebrate the opening of the 100th Black Bear Diner and will be stopping at the Black Bear Diner in Bakersfield on Monday August 14th, in the evening.

The rider, Paul Peloquin, is traveling 7,000 miles in 10 days in which he plans on visiting 10 national parks and 100 Black Bear Diners. 

The expert long-distance cyclist began his ride on Monday August 7th, making today his 8th day on the ride. 

Paul is visiting 10 national parks as a way to celebrate Black Bear Diners partnership with the National Park Foundation and raise money to support the nations park system.

The 100th Black Bear Diner location opened in Tucson, Arizona on August 7th, which is where the bike tour kicked off.