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Morgan Farm Ride benefit for Biking Advocacy with Consider Biking June 29 2013

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    Anne Evans
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    Morgan Farm Ride benefit for Bicycle Advocacy

    We want to invite you to ride with us in support of Bicycle Advocacy. The Morgan Farm Ride is on Saturday June 29 and offers routes of 75, 50 or 30 miles. The 50 mile ride starts at Antrim Park and ends in Mount Vernon, providing you with a wonderful training ride through Pelotonia country! You also have the option to ride an additional 25 miles in lovely rolling Knox County, or the option of beginning your ride in Alexandria for a 30 mile experience. This ride is unique with the lovely farm destination, restored antique buildings, a tour of famous private gardens, food and fun. This is not just a ride, this is a summer event!

    This event is supported by Consider Biking board members. We promote all forms of bicycling and advocate to make communities more bike-friendly by working to create more places to ride. Our mission is to get more people bicycling in Central Ohio. Your rider registration and donations are extremely important and will enable us to continue our important work.

    Read more on the Consider Biking website and then Register Today!

    REGISTRATION LINK

    EVENT DETAILS

    Come ride with us!

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