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Annual Ride for Clean Rivers

September 19, 2021

Ride the beautiful back roads of Talbot and Queen Anne’s Counties in support of clean water for our Mid-shore rivers.  Riders of all ages and levels enjoy cycling across the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland. Chesapeake College, Wye Mills, MD.  Choose from 20-mile, 35-mile, or 62-mile (metric century) routes. All rides include SAG support and rest stops with food and drink.

This is a great way to bring summer to a close surrounded by friends, family, and fellow community members. Register at shorerivers.org/events before September 1 to guarantee an event t-shirt! Riders are also encouraged to join teams and create their own fundraising pages to boost support for their participation from others.

Cyclists of all ages and levels are welcome to register for 20-mile, 35-mile, or 62-mile (metric century) routes. All routes begin and end at Chesapeake College and include SAG support and rest stops with food and drink. For the safety of its students, faculty, and staff, Chesapeake College is now requiring masks for those visiting its campuses who are not yet vaccinated. Masks are strongly recommended indoors for vaccinated individuals as well. Chesapeake College and ShoreRivers follow CDC, state, and local guidance on these issues.

ShoreRivers looks forward to continued support from the community for this year’s event. Whether enjoying a Sunday bike ride, riding with friends, or promoting a business, this event is about coming together. It is not too late to create a team or sign up to join ShoreRivers in support of cleaner, healthier rivers.

We would love Ride-On-Your-Own cyclists to ride on September 19th with us in spirit, but feel free to ride during the whole month of September.

All proceeds go toward ShoreRivers’ science-based education, restoration, and water quality monitoring programs. For more information, please contact Rebekah Hock at rhock@shorerivers.org

Event info here.

To register or learn more, visit rideforcleanrivers.org

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