25th Annual Mini-GO-Ride
Saturday, 27 May 2017 at 11:00 AM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
25 Annual Mini GO Ride
Come for a scenic, fun, non-competitive bicycle ride that is also a fundraiser for Bicycles for Humanity Thunder Bay Chapter. Ride through country roads starting and ending at the Neebing Roadhouse at the corner of Hwy 61 and 20th Side Road. The bike routes will be primarily on back roads with 3 different routes, a short, medium and longer route. The distances are approximately: 10, 20, and 50 km.
***FIRST 60 Registrants get a $10 gift certificate to the Neebing Roadhouse!!
HELMETS (ANSI or Snell) ARE MANDATORY - we will have extra helmets at the start in case you don't have one.
Children under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
The ride starts at 11:00 am but we encourage you to come before 10:00 am to see if you get a prizes and/or visit the various bicycle organization tents and booths.
Refreshments and munchies will be available on the route.
Participation challenge. The group with the most people win extra prizes. Be sure to enter your group name when signing up.
Pledge forms are an option to you if you are willing to collect sponsorship pledge. The most pledge money raised will win you a prize. (Contact us for a form)
After the ride, feel free to stick around the Neebing Roadhouse for:
*Free attendance Draw Prizes
*Order off their menu for great eats
Online registration ends May 26.
Late registration: Saturday, May 27, 9:00 to start of ride at the Neebing Roadhouse, or call 476-4596, or email email@example.com.
The waiver may be read and agreed to online when registering unless you are under 18 years old. IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OLD - you must have a guardian sign a printed waiver. You may download the waiver now by clicking below.
OUR CHARITY - Bicycles for Humanity (B4H) Thunder Bay
We encourage you to donate online or at the event, so please bring your checkbook or extra cash if you don't have a chance to donate online.
Bicycles for Humanity’s primary focus is on helping the poorest of the poor gain access to mobility and a better future through the simple gift of transportation. Through their efforts in recycling unwanted and discarded bicycles throughout North Western Ontario, thousands of peoples’ lives have been touched both here and in Africa. The simple fact is that each bike we receive has the power to change a life.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Phone/text 476-4596 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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