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Sunday, September 18, 2011
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Ride For Miles bicycle ride

The annual noncompetitive bicycle ride, Ride for Miles, raises funds for the John Carroll University Biology Department's Miles Coburn Environmental Symposium. This project continues Miles? work of educating students and the community about the urgency of environmental activism.The 15 mile ride goes through the eastern suburbs of Cleveland, along moderately rolling terrain. Registration is $25 pre-ride, $28 day of ride. In addition to the ride, great food, games, and music are a part of the day.Due to construction on the John Carroll University campus, the ride has been moved to the main quad. Enter through the Belvoir Blvd gate and follow directions.The ride site, along with a link for registration is at http://www.rideformiles.orgJoin for a great time and for a good cause!The annual noncompetitive bicycle ride, Ride for Miles, raises funds for the John Carroll University Biology Department's Miles Coburn Environmental Symposium. This project continues Miles? work of educating students and the community about the urgency of environmental activism.The 15 mile ride goes through the eastern suburbs of Cleveland, along moderately rolling terrain. Registration is $25 pre-ride, $28 day of ride. In addition to the ride, great food, games, and music are a part of the day.Due to construction on the John Carroll University campus, the ride has been moved to the main quad. Enter through the Belvoir Blvd gate and follow directions.The ride site, along with a link for registration is at http://www.rideformiles.orgJoin for a great time and for a good cause!

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