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2020 Broken Spoke Brew Ride is Canceled
Come join us for the 6th Annual Broken Spoke Brew Ride on Saturday, May 16th. The ride will start and finish at Recess Brewing. The Ride will consist of three distances; 14 mile, 28 mile and a 35 mile. This ride is not a race but the faster you pedal the sooner you can enjoy the post-ride party.
After the ride enjoy the post-ride party at Recess Brewing to enjoy the very best of Edwardsville's locally crafted beer. Receive two complimentary pints as part of your entry fee. Recess Brewing will once again be brewing their limited edition Broken Spoken Session IPA, which the ride is named after.
Check-in Pre-Ride Process - Participants can check in between 8:00am - 9:30am. Participants must check-in before starting the ride to receive a bib number. Two beverage coupons will be attached to your bib number for two complimentary pints afterwards so don't lost your bib number during the ride. Final instructions will be giving at 8:55am before riders can begin. The ride will be a rolling start so you may start at anytime between 9:00am and 9:30am.
Helmets are required for all riders.
Check-in Post-Ride Process - After completing the ride check back in inside Recess Brewing. All riders must check-in afterwards so organizers known everyone made it back safety and don't need to send out a search vehicle.
Proceeds from this year's Broken Spoke Brew Ride will benefit the following charities.
Edwardsville Neighbors - Edwardsville Neighbors was established in 2010 as a certified 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Today, EN works diligently to promote our services in the community and actively seek and accept nominations for families facing medical hardship within District 7. EN has helped 42 families since 2010.
GlenEd Food Pantry - The Glen Ed Pantry is an ecumenical agency governed by a Board of Directors representing 18 different churches within Edwardsville and Glen Carbon. The Glen Ed Pantry was established in 1980. It is staffed by more than 500 volunteers annually, and serves approximately 300 families each month.
Paint the Town Gold - A 501(c)3 organization in Edwardsville-GlenCarbon bringing together all levels of the community to raise awareness and funds for pediatric cancer research.
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