Ride For The City

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Mission: St. Louis is hosting the “Ride For The City” to raise money for their organization. Josh Wilson explained to Tim they will kick off this 35-mile round trip bike ride at the Mission: St. Louis offices (4366 Manchester Ave.) and ride out to the Chain of Rocks Bridge where riders can take a breather at a rest stop before heading back to the Mission: St. Louis offices.

The 22-mile and 14-mile riders will register at the Mission: St. Louis office and drive to the entry to the Riverfront Trail. Those riders will start and end your ride from there.

Registration is $10, but they also ask for at least an additional pledge of $100 (from the rider or raised from the rider’s generous friends) AND/OR a day of service with Mission: St. Louis.

Mission: St. Louis helps children improve literacy skills, teaches men to obtain and sustain employment, and improves the live-ability of homes.

Registered riders will receive a water bottle, wristband, and ample snacks and drinks along the way.

Maps and ride guides will accompany participants. There will be a rest stop with food and drink at the Chain of Rocks Bridge, and sag and mechanical support by Big Shark Bicycles.

Find out more: www.missionstl.org

Ride For The City
Saturday, April 20
9:00am-2:00pm