• Bike to the Bay Training Ride Draws a Crowd

    by  • June 8, 2012 • Events, No Digest • 0 Comments

    On Sunday, June 3rd, over 200 cyclists came out to Bunker Hill Elementary School in Middletown to participate in Bike MS: Crankin’ for a Cure, many eager to start their training for Bike to the Bay. These participants raised nearly $25,000 for the Delaware MS Society!  Participants also enjoyed the beautiful cycling weather and a rest stop sponsored by Tom Kovach for Congress.  In addition to the ride, the Delaware MS Society recognized top fundraisers from the 2011 Bike to the Bay by giving out awards at lunch.

    Now is the Time to Register for Bike to the Bay – Register Early and Save!

    Bike MS: Bike to the Bay, which takes place on September 22nd and 23rd,  is the largest cycling event in the state of Delaware and is open to all levels! Cyclists can choose from four one-day rides: the 100-mile century, 75 miles, 45 miles, or 17 miles.  Or cyclists can challenge themselves to the two-day 150 or 175-mile route.  All the rides travel through scenic southern Delaware.

    As always, you can register as an individual, a team of at least four or more people, or as a phantom rider if you’d like to join the movement to create a world free of MS, but prefer to leave your bike at home. The earlier you register for Bike to the Bay, the more you save!

    Registration Fee Schedule:
    $35 thru 6/30/12
    $40 thru 7/31/12
    $45 thru 8/31/12
    $50 thru 9/15/12
    $55 after 9/15/2012 (at Pre-Registration on 9/20/2012 or at the event on September 22nd)

    To get more information, register, donate, or sign up to volunteer for Bike to the Bay visit the event website, or call (302) 655-5610.

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