The 8th Annual Cycling For Autism event is being planned for March 25, 2017! We have changed the venue to make it more interesting and to bring the event to the South Tampa area. This year the ride will be on the beautiful Courtney Campbell Causeway Bike Trail, with the start and end points at Whiskey Joe's. Registration, lunch, and activities will take place on their beach. The rides will be 40, 20, 12, and 6 miles so riders of all ages and fitness levels can participate.
This year there will be a rider registration fee of $30.00 to insure the maximum benefit to the Applied Behavior Analysis Program and the Learning Academy at the University of South Florida.
We appreciate our title sponsor, DSK Law and its Partner, Bart Valdes, for their major support!
The course will run along the dedicated bike trail completely separate from the road traffic. There will be attendants on-site and at the two turnaround points. The turnaround points will have a tented resting area with water and refreshments available. The 40 and 12-mile rides will make two round trips to their turnaround points.
Eight years ago, the Tampa Interbay Rotary Club made the decision to support autism with the focus on children. Autism Spectrum Disorder is currently being diagnosed at the rate of 1/68 children today. The monies raised will be donated to two programs that help people touched by autism and autism related disabilities. The Applied Behavior Analysis Program and the Learning Academy at the University of South Florida will be the recipients of the donations to continue their work in delivering education, services, and support to children and their families.
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Rotary Fellowship Cycling to Serve