Pedaling Paths to Independence

  • 25 Feb 2023
  • 8:30 AM
  • Linden, DeVinci's Ravioli Factory, 18847 East Front St.

Ride:                25 - 63              Rolling               Flexible

Leader:   Joni Bauer, 209-482-2429, bionicbabe@comcast.net

Description: The Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club welcomes you to the 14th Pedaling Paths to Independence to benefit Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired has been “Lighting Paths to Independent Living” since 1949. The agency provides specialized services to meet the rehabilitative, emotional, recreational and social needs of individuals whose vision loss impairs their ability to perform tasks of daily living. Thank you for helping Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired provide the information, tools, and resources that empower and inspire people who are blind to achieve their full potentials.

Entry fees include detailed route sheets and maps thanks to RouteArrows; preride tech support courtesy of Alton Stevens; fuel and hydration (thank you, Clif Bar & Company and Farmington Circle K) at Farmington Fire Protection District, Milton Masonic Cemetery, Bellota Intake Facility; support and gear (SAG); and a delectable post ride meal catered by De Vinci’s Ravioli Factory in Linden. Pedaling Paths to Independence is possible thanks to the generosity of the riders, sponsors, donors, volunteers and community partners who make it happen. 

For details, information and register, go to Pedaling Paths to Independence

Must wear Wheelmen Jersey to get club mileage.

Elevation:  Short - 300 feet

                Long - 1,400 feet




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