The localcycling.com news desk recieved this info on an upcoming ride:
AIDS Bicycle Challenge to take place on Mill Creek Streamway Trail
Charity Ride Benefiting the AIDS Service Foundation of Greater Kansas City
The second annual AIDS Bicycle Challenge, sponsored by the AIDS Service Foundation of Greater Kansas City, will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2006. This second year event will take place on the Mill Creek Streamway Trail, Shawnee, KS. Registration will open at 8:00 a.m. and the Ride will start at 9:00 a.m.
We invite individuals and families of all skill levels to join us and exercise their hearts and bodies. Participants can choose from either a 10, 18 or 35 mile ride while enjoying one of Johnson County’s most exhilarating landscapes. In addition, all riders will receive an AIDS Bicycle Challenge t-shirt and will be invited to a post-ride celebration at one of our neighborhood restaurant sponsors.
Chris Hernandez, Reporter, NBC Action News, will serve as this year’s Honorary Chair. Also, we are thrilled that Miller Lite/High Life Sales, The Pitch, Ameriprise Financial and Camp will serve as Major Underwriting Sponsors of the event.
The AIDS Bicycle Challenge is one of the many fundraisers put on by the AIDS Service Foundation of Greater Kansas City to support local AIDS charities. All funds raised by this event will stay in the Kansas City area to help support the Good Samaritan Project, SAVE Inc., HARCMart and the Kansas City Free Health Clinic.
For more information, please visit www.aidswalkkansascity.org/ride
or call 913-269-7960
. Join us on October 7th and go the distance in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the Kansas City area!