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ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES ON THU, APRIL 13 AT NOON. IN PERSON, WALK UP REGISTRATION BEGINS ON SAT, APRIL 15 AT 8AM.
Positive Strides Therapeutic Riding Center invites cyclists to its 10th Annual Spring Classic Bike Tour on April 15, 2023, in support of its mission to build confidence, self-esteem and a sense of accomplishment for children and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges.
Over 300 cyclists are expected to converge on the town of Easton, MD to participate in a 25, 50 or 62-mile ride along some of the most scenic routes in Talbot County. It starts and ends at Easton High School, 723 Mecklenburg Ave.. Packet pickup is at 8 a.m. It's a fully-supported event with three rest stops and a delicious lunch at the end of the ride. The event will take place rain or shine.
In addition to the registration fee, we encourage ALL cyclists to donate and/or select “Become a Fundraiser” when they register for the event. It creates a page that can be shared with family, friends and colleagues. Although fundraising is optional, we appreciate every dollar raised to help us help some of the most vulnerable people in Talbot, Caroline, Dorchester and Queen Anne’s counties.
“When you ride for Positive Strides, you ride for the countless men, women and children who benefit from horse therapies on the Eastern Shore,” says Kim Hopkins Thomas, executive director of Positive Strides. From autism and addiction recovery to PTSD and cerebral palsy, horses play a powerful role in giving a person the confidence and skills they need to live a fulfilling life.
The Spring Classic is known for its friendly volunteers, homemade baked goods and the famous cream of crab soup served at lunch. This event welcomes people of all ages and fitness levels to come together to have fun and fundraise.
The 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. For more information about Positive Strides, visit www.positivestridescenter.org.
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