Hundreds of cyclists are set to participate in a fundraising ride from Ocean City to Baltimore—the last leg of which will start in .
On May 19, more than 250 cyclists will don their bikes, helmets and gloves for the 10th annual Ride for the Feast. The two-day, 140-mile journey will benefit Moveable Feast, a nonprofit that helps feed those living with HIV, AIDS and breast cancer.
Each participant pledges to raise a minimum of $1,300, and riders range in age from 10-60, according to a release. Many of these riders have experienced loss themselves as a result of HIV, AIDS and breast cancer.
The event will take place May 19 and 20 and will begin at Third Street and Boardwalk in Ocean City and end at Moveable Feast in downtown Baltimore City. For more information or to register to rides, call 410-327-3420 or visit the Ride for the Feast website.
What: Ride for the Feast, a two-day, 140-mile bike ride to benefit Moveable Feast
When: May 19 and 20
- Saturday: Race begins at 7:30 a.m. at Third Street and the Boardwalk and goes to Chesapeake College in Wye Mills
- Sunday: Ride begins at 9 a.m. and riders are bussed over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and then bike from in Annapolis to the American Visionary Arts Museum and then go to Moveable Feast
Where: From Ocean City to Baltimore