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Ride Around Torch (RAT)

Sunday, July 21
8AM
Athletics
Benefit/Charity
$55

Projecting 1,000 cyclists this year, & possibly even breaking the record for the most riders since the tour began in 1986, the Ride Around Torch (RAT) starts from Elk Rapids High School. Choose from 23, 40, 63 & 100 miles options. This leisurely ride stops at food & beverage stations along the route, & enjoy a BBQ picnic & live music on the beach in Elk Rapids following the tour. The biggest fundraiser of the year for the Cherry Capital Cycling Club, proceeds support local bike trails, cycling safety & cycling organizations. Century riders must start by 8am. The 63 milers must start by 9am.

https://www.cherrycapitalcyclingclub.org/content.aspx?sl=1315338526

Sunday, July 21

8:00 AM

Ride Around Torch (RAT)

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