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Kick Off the Season with a Spot at a Premier Eastern Shore Fundraising Ride
Positive Strides Therapeutic Riding Center invites you to our 9th annual Spring Classic Bike Tour on April 9, 2022, in support of our mission to build confidence, self-esteem and a sense of accomplishment for children and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges. For more information, visit https://www.positivestridescenter.org/.
Come for the crab soup, stay for the scenic ride
Shore Boys famous cream of crab soup, homemade treats and friendly volunteers await you in Talbot County, Maryland where you’ll find some of the most scenic roadways and water views on the Easton Shore. Early Bird Registration: $45. Price increases after February 14, 2022.
The Spring Classic starts and ends at Easton Middle School, 201 Peach Blossom Road. Packet pickup is at 8 a.m. A light lunch is provided at the end of your ride. The event takes place rain or shine.
Pick a distance. You have three beautiful, well-supported (SAG) routes with rest stops to choose from. Whether you’re an avid cyclist or beginning rider there’s an option for you:
● 25 mile ride: an easy pedal south to Trappe and back to Easton Middle School.
● 50 mile ride: a spin around Talbot County via Trappe and back.
● 62 mile ride: travel south around Talbot County through Trappe and head north through Oxford before returning to Easton Middle School.
Start a team to make it more fun. Invite your fellow bike enthusiasts, friends, family, and co-workers to join you or they can choose a different route and everyone will meet at the finish line.
Step Three. (Optional)
Become a Fundraiser for Positive Strides. Although fundraising is optional, we could use your help to reach our goal of $22,000 for 2022. Once you get started, it’s much easier than you think it’s going to be. Direct your friends, family and colleagues to your race page. Set a goal and see your donations grow. Here’s our gift to you for your fundraising efforts:
● $250 Water bottle
● $500 Entry fee refund
● $1,000 Free jersey
● $2,500+ All of the above
One, two, three. Join the Spring Classic Bike Tour and help Positive Strides help some of the most vulnerable people on the Eastern Shore live a more fulfilling life.
Virtual Bike Tour
If you can’t join us in person, ride with us virtually. Ride on the day of the race or anytime during the month of April. You have the option of logging your miles on the registration site or tracking them yourself. We hope you will join us and support Positive Strides virtually. Registration fee: $35.
Order a Classic Jersey
While registering for the bike tour, you may want to order one of our custom bike jerseys. It’s one more way to support Positive Strides and leave with a fun memory of the day. Add a jersey on when you register!
Spring Classic 2022
Positive Strides’ Spring Classic is a community event that unites people of all ages and fitness levels to have fun and fundraise for men, women and children of the Eastern Shore. From autism and addiction recovery to PTSD and cerebral palsy, equine therapy can play a powerful role in giving a person the confidence and skills they need to live a happier and more independent life.
Spring Classic is fun, focused and full of energy! It’s so much more than a bike ride. Follow Positive Strides on Facebook where you’ll find info on this year’s ride and photos from past rides.
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