Cub Mountain Ride to the Sky will challenge cyclists of all skill levels
Posted By Kim Swindell Wood | October 4, 2016 7:08 am
The 3rd annual “Ride to the Sky” is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 22, beginning at 7 a.m. This cycling benefit is one that will challenge riders of all skill levels and the proceeds will go to “Carmen’s Fund,” a program of Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation which provides free CPR education for the Upper Cumberland Community.
“Carmen Burnette worked diligently during her time here on earth to provide CPR education to everyone in the community,” said John Bell, director of the Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation. “The goal of Carmen’s Fund is to build a community of everyday heroes through free CPR, AED and choking emergency education. We are thrilled to have the 3rd annual “Ride to the Sky” event that continues to build on the legacy that she began.”
Cycling tours will start and end in Cookeville’s Dogwood Park. The Ride to the Sky includes 20 mile, 40 mile, 60 mile and 80 mile route options to choose from. All routes include some course overlap. The event will conclude with a post-ride celebration in Dogwood Park featuring live music, local craft brews, and a BBQ lunch.
For complete details or to register please visit www.RideToTheSky.org.