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ASF Staff to Bike 50 Miles for Foundation

Written By Editor on 10/17/23 | 10/17/23

The Adaptive Sports Foundation (ASF) staff and a number of volunteers will be raising funds and awareness for their organization by participating in a 50-mile bike ride along the Harlem Valley Rail Trail this upcoming Sunday, October 22. 

The ride will begin at the Wassaic MetroNorth Train Station, located in Amenia, N.Y., at 10 a.m. The riders will head north along the rail trail, turn around at the Orphan Farm Road trail entrance in Copake Falls, N.Y., and ride back, ending their 50-mile trek where they started. 

This is the second consecutive year that the ASF staff will be cycling 50 miles to raise money and awareness for its foundation. Last year, the staff fundraised over $11,000, all of which went to providing life-changing sports and recreation opportunities to children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. 

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