Ok, this is a different event, not bicycles, but stationary bikes ridden 100 miles to raise money to send inner city kids to summer camp. It’s sponsored by the Harold Robinson Foundation and will be held May 31st 2015 on SaMo Pier. Nice setting, fun if you’re into riding bikes that don’t go anywhere. At least some creep racing in a sport sedan can’t run you over, but I digress. Most importantly this is about raising funds to help underprivileged kids get to summer camp and enjoy all that experience has to offer.
To participate there are a few criteria. Just having stamina and great gams to sit and bicycle isn’t enough. You need to have pledges for at least $2,500 to be on one of the stationary bikes on the pier and pedal for those 5 hours. You also need $250 for an entry fee. You can start the registration process for you as an individual or a team HERE.
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