14TH ANNUAL RIDE FOR MISSING CHILDREN BUFFALO
Friday May 29, 2020
American Legion George F. Lamm Post # 622
You can become part of our unified team of bicyclists, riding 2 x 2 for 100-miles, escorted by the Erie County Sheriff’s Department and local law enforcement of the jurisdictions along our route. The Ride stops at schools along the way for educational Rest Stops, and we “Ride-By” other schools throughout the day. At each school we visit, we bring our message of child safety and abduction prevention. Before the Ride we reach out to schools “beyond our borders” with educational and awareness programs.
We are grateful, every year to have a dedicated support staff that works tirelessly, side by side, with our Riders to complete the mission of The Ride for Missing Children – To Make Our Children Safer… One Child At A Time.
These volunteers are instrumental in the success of the Ride. Volunteers offer support during the Ride as well as before and after. Many volunteers return year after year because of the gratification they feel being part of this amazing cause. New volunteers are always welcome as well!
To participate as a Rider, you must be willing and capable of making several commitments.
Each rider is responsible for submitting a pledge log noting contributions totaling at least $300 regardless of age, occupation or scholastic status. The donations cannot be split among riders.
There will be Training Rides scheduled for all riders that will be posted on the website. If you are a new rider it is mandatory that you join at least 3 of these Training Rides, lead by experienced riders who are members of our Ride Committee and also Ride Shepherds. All riders are urged to attend and participate in as many as possible. You will learn important skills for riding with a team and how to maintain an even pace.
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