LIBRARY BIKE RIDE RAISES MONEY

by Christian Mower on October 18, 2013

THE DIRECTOR OF THE NORTH CONWAY LIBRARY SAYS MORE THAN A HUNDRED MOUNTAIN BIKERS TOOK PART IN SATURDAY’S (OCT. 12, 2013) “BIKE FOR BOOKS” FUNDRAISER.

ANDREA MASTERS SAYS THE EVENT RAISED MORE THAN $5,000 FOR THE LIBRARY’S CHILDREN’S ROOM. TOP FUNDRAISERS WERE PHOEBE GRANT OF CAMBRIDGE, MASS.AND LIZZY DUFFY OF JACKSON, NEW HAMPSHIRE.

WITH HELP FROM EASTSIDE BIKE GUIDES, THE LIBRARY MAPPED OUT TWO COURSES IN WHITAKER WOODS IN NORTH CONWAY FOR NOVICE BIKERS AND KIDS – A SPECIALLY BUILT “SKILLS COURSE” ALSO PROVED TO BE POPULAR.

INTERMEDIATE RIDERS ENJOYED A LOOP THROUGH THE VALLEY. ALL PARTICIPANTS ENJOYED A POST-RIDE PIZZA AND SOUP FEAST.

MASTERS SAYS WITH ITS GREAT MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAILS, SHE HOPES THE VALLEY WILL EVENTUALLY BECOME A BIKING DESTINATION.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE LIBRARY AND ITS PROGRAMS, SEE THE WEBSITE AT www.northconwaylibrary.com.

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