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Indoor Bike Tour Gears Despite Frigid Temperatures
More than 6,000
“We’re pleased to offer this special tour to the community,” said Donna Davis, who is affiliated with Travelers, whose parent company is St. Paul Travelers, and who has participated in the MS Bike Tour for several years raising thousands of dollars to help in the fight against MS. “Multiple sclerosis is oftentimes debilitating. MS stops people from moving. It’s important that others join the movement because it’s easy to take it for granted.”
The Indoor Bike Tour will take place at the Taking Care Center on spinning bikes. The event will be led by a certified cycling coach. Participants set their own pace and pedal from one to three hours. The event is open to members and non-members. The fee to ride is $25 for one hour, $35 for two hours and $45 for three hours. The tour features refreshments and prizes. The event will also feature a raffle for all participants who register on event day for the 2007 bkm/Steelcase MS Bike Tour to be held in
For more information on multiple sclerosis, its effects and the many ways to get involved, please visit http://www.ctfightsms.org/ or e-mail programs@ctfightsMS.org. To learn more about the 2007 bkm/Steelcase MS Bike Tour, please call (860)714-BIKE. For more information on the 5th Annual Indoor Bike Tour, hosted by Taking Care Center and Travelers Bike Club, please contact John Jacobs at (860) 246-2201 or Donna Davis at (860) 277-5169.
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