AngelRide - June 22, 2024

What a Great Day!

We welcomed AngelRiders of all ages and abilities to pedal a Metric Century, 40 miles, 10 miles or a 1-mile Halo “Tour de Camp”. Our dedicated volunteers created an exceptional day, too! We are grateful to our sponsors and donors as well.

Thank you Thimble Island Brewing Company and North Madison Volunteer Fire Company for your part in AngelRide’s success!

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Thimble Island Brewing Company

So grateful to be part of such an amazing community team event! My heart was pumping so hard leading up to the event, and at the Finish line, it was filled with the love, joy, and spirit of all good things that can happen when people turn compassion into action. ‍♂️❤️”
– Roselle, Metric Century AngelRider for many years

So many congratulations on a spectacular event!!!
We are so impressed with AngelRide and the importance of the cause

– Susan, cowbell ringer for Jeff, 1st-year Metric Century AngelRider

Start Moto Vols AR 2019
Mark Tammy Tori
Gene Pete Lois AR 2021
John Mark AR 2021
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