Come ride bicycles with us May 20, 2017

Cycle for Independence

Ride for the cause - Ride for the fun!   Helmets Required

10 Mile ride

25 Mile ride

Metric Century ride

National Federation of the Blind

You can live the life you want; blindness is not what holds you back.

Riverglen Junior High

6801 N. Gary Lane in Boise, Idaho

Lunch and Famous Socks are included in Registration

 

A GREAT SPRING RIDE WITH WONDERFUL FOLKS,
FOOD, MUSIC, AND PRIZES

Funds raised benefit the National Federation of the Blind of Idaho, Treasure Valley Chapter. Your ride fee includes lunch and our famous socks - $5.00 for non-riders if extras are available.

Route Individual Team** Member Check-In Start
Metric Century $40.00 $35.00 7-7:45 am 8:00 am
25-Mile $40.00 $35.00 8-8:45 am 9:00 am
10-Mile $30.00 $25.00 8:45-9:15 am 9:30 am
** Most riders choose to put together a team for added comradery and fun. Teams must have at least five members. Individuals riding as part of a team get a $5.00 discount on the registration fee. Last year's team winner, The Waterfront District, boasted 34 riders.

HELMETS REQUIRED
PREREGISTRATION ENDS MAY 16
ON SITE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON RIDE DAY

A bike mechanic is available at the base site.  Water Stops with drinks, snacks, restroom facilities and information are available along the routes.  SAG vehicles will run on all routes providing info and help if needed.  The Voice of Idaho HAM radio group provides communication and emergency help.

Your participation helps:

      • Blind seniors to live independently
      • Work to improve education of blind children
      • Provide scholarships and transition services for blind young adults
      • Educate blind adults about opportunities for employment
      • Assist blind people in learning about new advances in services and adaptive technology
      • The NFB work with the legislature advocating for legislation designed to give equal opportunities for blind people

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