Spoked to Ride: Cycling for a Cause Comes to Snoqualmie Valley this weekend

On Saturday, June 23, 2018, cyclists will take to the road in the Snoqualmie Valley to support a great cause.

Spoked to Ride is a family friendly charity event with two bike routes to choose from: the 12- mile scenic country road ride, and the 40-mile scenic ride with more challenging terrain for seasoned cyclists. The ride begins and ends at Remlinger Farms. When cyclists return from their morning ride, the party begins: A complimentary barbecue buffet, live music, games, bounce house, face painter, balloonist, raffle prizes, and Dreadnought beer are included in the registration package.

Since this is a family fun event, a third registration option is available for those who want to come after the morning ride and simply enjoy the food and festivities.  Children 15 and under eat free.

Spoked to Ride is presented by NuHope Street, a 501c3 non-profit which was founded by Snoqualmie resident Kelly Cudworth and his business partners to put on “fun-draising” events to give other charities a boost and help them fill a need. The purpose of NuHope is to bring small business executives and leaders together to use their networks and resources for good,
locally and abroad.

Spoked to Ride is the flagship event for NuHope, supporting two charities working in African countries that provide educational resources to children. Both charities, Masaka Children’s Fund and Live Beyond Words, have boots on the ground, building schools and acquiring supplies to help children learn and thrive.

Cudworth’s company, NuLeaf Office Solutions, is a proud sponsor of Spoked to Ride because for Kelly and his wife it combines their passion for cycling, community fun, and giving back to the country where their daughter was born – Marie was adopted and brought home from D.R. Congo in early 2016.

More info can be found at nuhopestreet.org on the Spoked to Ride event page.

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