Where: Tallahassee Trailhead on the St. Marks Trail
When: February 25th at 10:00am
[info]This ride is for cyclists to ride to show their support of victims and survivors of DUI drivers.[/info]
Ride begins at the Tallahassee Trailhead on the St. Marks Trail south of Capital Circle in Tallahassee on February 25th at 10am. The ride is FREE and is intended to allow all levels of cyclists to ride to show their support of victims and survivors of DUI drivers. Riders will have support along the way, including snacks and drinks.
The ride follows the St. Marks Bike Trail to the St. Marks River Park in St. Marks, Florida. Here is where the river feeds into the Apalachacola Bay at the Gulf of Mexico — a beautiful area in a little sea oriented town. At the park, riders will be able to make a dedication to a loved one and sign a pledge to be a designated driver and not drink and drive. At the ride finish, t-shirts for all finishers (limited supply). The total out and back ride distance is 32 miles.
The ride is organized by the Florida State University Police Department and the Dori Slosberg Foundation. Helmets required – safety first! Please come out to make a statement that cyclists support DUI education and enforcement, to keep all of us safe!
For more information, email Major Jim Russell email@example.com of the Florida State University Police.