The Kids-N-Hope Foundation and Riders for a Cause Host the 1,200 Spokes for Hope Tour, Bike-A-Thon
The Kids-N-Hope Foundation and Riders For A Cause present the first 1,200 Spokes for Hope Tour, Bike-A-Thon that will take place Sunday, August 15 through Saturday, August 21. The 7-day virtual event will end with an In-Person Ride and Celebration on Sunday, August 22 at the Capital Health Medical Center- Hopewell in Pennington, NJ starting at 8:00 a.m. All proceeds for the event will benefit the Kids-N-Hope Foundation and Riders For A Cause.
Participants can register for the virtual tour or in-person ride that takes place on August 22. Those who select the virtual tour will ride on their own time at any location they choose throughout the week. Participants taking part in the in-person ride, will choose between a 10-mile, 25-mile, or 50-mile course to ride that day through Mercer County, NJ and Lower Bucks County, PA.
To help reach the event’s $150,000 goal, participants are asked to raise a minimum of $25 and to continue fundraising throughout the week. A 1,200 Spokes for Hope Tour t-shirt will be given to those who raise at least $50, and a limited edition 1,200 Spokes for Hope cycling jersey and admission to the Celebration event will be given to those who raise $250 or more. The Celebration event is open to all participants who raised $250 or more throughout the week and will take place immediately after the in-person ride concludes.
“We are excited to partner with Riders For A Cause for our first ever 1,200 Spokes for Hope Tour,” stated Bruce K. Foulke, Founder and Chairman of the Kids-N-Hope Foundation. “We believe our foundation supporters, the community, and those involved with Riders for a Cause will help us reach our $150,000 fundraising goal. These funds will help The Foundation continue to support pediatric music therapy and other child life services and help Riders For A Cause continue to support their beneficiaries as well. We can’t wait to see our participants take part in this fun and healthy event to support two great organizations and their missions.”