Terry Hubbard and his wife Debi climbed onto their bicycles on Saturday to take a tour of downtown Johnstown.
The West End couple pedaled to the gazebo at Central Park, where Jeff Webb and The Delectable Sound was performing.
“It’s the first time we’re riding the bikes,” Terry Hubbard said. “It’s nice to be able to go around Johnstown and see the different bands and eat the food.”
The Hubbards joined many other bikers and walkers who were participating in day-long events on Saturday to raise money for the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra.
“The JSO Presents: A Journey Through Johnstown” was a go-at-your-own-pace 2.5-mile walk, 5-mile run or 14-mile bike event that started and ended at Peoples Natural Gas Park in downtown Johnstown.
The happy sounds of live rock music and the symphony orchestra drew visitors who were eager to get outside.
“It’s for a good cause, and it’s great to be out in the community,” said Tracey Seganos, of Davidsville. Seganos and a friend paused at Central Park on their way to Stone Bridge Brewing Company at the corner of Washington and Franklin streets, where the JSO Brass Quintet was gearing up to preform.