Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Dolphins launch charity bike ride

The Miami Dolphins are launching a two-day, 170-mile charity bike ride through some of South Florida's most beautiful spots.  The Dolphins Cycling Challenge will start at Bayfront Park in Miami, turn around overnight at City Place in West Palm Beach, and swing back to Sun Life Stadium, where riders will get a glorious welcome on the field where the Dolphins play.  The ride is the brainchild of Dolphins chief exec Mike Dee, an annual rider in the long-successful Pan-Mass Challenge.  This ride, with a $150 entry fee and a fundraising target of $1,500 per rider, will benefit the University of Miami's Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, where the event was announced Monday. Learn more from the Dolphins, the Miami Herald and the Challenge website.

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