Are you still looking for Father’s Day ideas and have had a difficult time because you want something, fun, active, healthy and memorable? That is a tall order to fill but, thankfully, the great Chester County Hospital is hosting their 14th Annual Challenge for Cancer Bike Tours on Sunday, June 17 with registration beginning at 7:30 am (rain or shine).
Grab your cycling hobbyist of a father and the loving family for a day of biking for a purpose. There will be 5, 10, 25, 50 & 63 mile rides so no matter what your current endurance level, there will be something for everyone. Bagels, juice and fruit are always provided for breakfast and there is a great barbecue following the ride. This year, they will also have bouncy castles, face painting and balloons for the little ones that tag along to celebrate their dad. If you’re tackling one of the monster courses with your dad, keep in mind that the 25, 50, and 65 mile riders MUST be on the course no later then 9:00 am.
All rides begin at Fern Hill Medical Campus (915 Old Fern Hill Road, West Chester). You can register online or the day of, as a family for $45 and as an individual rider for $35. All entry fees, donations and money raised goes toward The Cancer Program at The Chester County Hospital and Neighborhood Health.
Nothing beats the family sense of camaraderie, especially in honor of the man who keeps the gang in line. Round everyone up for this Sunday’s Challenge for Cancer Bike Tours and make it a Father’s Day the whole family will remember!
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