2nd Annual Bike for Ryan

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2nd Annual Bike for Ryan

Please join us for the 2nd Annual Bike for Ryan through Falmouth on Saturday, September 26, 2020.    

This will be a socially distanced ride and masks are required until you are on your way biking.  The only requirement is a $100 donation to our charity.   If you choose to raise more, that is very much appreciated and all proceeds go towards the Ryan  Richards Foundation (more information on the Foundation's impact below).

Mike & Diana Clark, long time supporters of the Foundation have offered to host this ride from their new restaurant:  The Conference Table, 205 Worcester Court, 8B, Falmouth (508-540-7136).  

We will break into 3 rides and start times will be staggered to maintain social distancing:

Group A:  40 miles - Conference Table to Sagamore Bridge.  Arrive 8:30 AM / Depart  9 AM  / Approx 2.5 hours.

Group B:  25 miles  - Conference Table to North Falmouth, Woods Hole, Finish at Conference Table.  Arrive 9:00AM /  Depart  9:30 AM / Approx time 2 hours.

Group C:  10 miles  - Conference Table to Woods Hole.  Arrive 9:30 /  Depart 10:30 AM  / Approx time 1 hour.

Please register at the below link and call the restaurant if you would like to stay for lunch since reservations are required.    Also, please remember masks are required until seated at your table.

Thank you in advance for supporting this fun ride and helping the Ryan Richards Foundation to make a difference.

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Saturday September 26th
Falmouth, MA, USA
Falmouth, MA, USA

The Ryan Richards Foundation

The Ryan Richards Foundation was founded in 2015 to honor Ryan Richards, who died at age 40 from NUT Midline Carcinoma.   To date, the Foundation has helped several families suffering from cancer, donated $75,000 to Dana Farber Institute for cancer research, and awarded annual College Scholarships to Falmouth High School students.   For more information or to donate to the Foundation, please visit:  https://www.ryanrichardsfoundation.org/

Posted by Julie Richards