TART Trails & Disability Network Celebrate the ADA at Tour de TART on July 26

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Steve Hand Cycling

On July 26, Disability Network and TART Trails will celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in conjuction with TART's annual Tour de TART event.  People of all cycling abilities and families are invited to ride along TART & Leelanau Trails to enjoy the scenic, universally accessible pathway.  Individuals have the option of  participating in the full ride (or a partial ride), starting in Traverse City and finishing in Suttons Bay.  Registration is filling quickly--so register soon.

Those interested in helping raise funds for both organizations are encouraged to create a Fundraising Page.  The money raised will go directly to Disability Network and TART Trails ($30 will go to TART and anything raised beyond that will go to Disability Network.)

Thank you TART Trails for your partnership, 9 Bean Rows for catering, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan for sponsoring this event!

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

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