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The ride is a fundraiser for the Fast Freddie Foundation Bikes for Tots program. We provide bikes and helmets to underprivileged elementary age school children. We teach them bicycle safety & maintenance, and include health & wellness education during the bike give away.
Help us raise over $40,000.00!!
On Friday, June 28th ride with Freddie and Dennis on a 200 mile route through the beautiful roads of Turner, Maine. The ride will start at 5am. Please arrive 1/2 early to register and get ready to roll.
On Saturday, June 29th, there are three different rides; a 25, 50, and an 100 mile ride. If Dennis and Freddie are still standing after Friday, join them on the 100 mile ride on Saturday. Make sure to hang around for the post ride festivities on Saturday. The 100 Mile Ride begins at 7:00am. The 50 MIle Ride begins at 8:30am and the 25 Mile Ride begins at 10:30. Please arrive 1/2 early to register and get ready to roll.
We have riders who will be registering and riding in their hometowns from Michigan, Ohio and as far away as Italy, Belgium and Germany so please spread the word.
Riders around the world will be participating in the event by finding or creating similar routes on Strava and posting pictures, videos, segments and KOM's live on the event platform. Those will be shown live on a large screen at Ricker Hill Orchards.
Ricker Hill Orchard will host the Start/Finish and post ride event on both days.
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