Earn for the Burn Bicycle Poker Run
A benefit for The Paul and Carol David Foundation Burn Institute at Akron Children’s Hospital. Hosted by Rittman Firefighters Association and Orrville Cycling Club
Saturday June 24, 2017
50 Mile – 7:30 to 8:30am
25 Mile – 8:30 – 9:30am
14 Mile – 9:30 – 10:30am
Last bike in at 1:00pm.
Day of Event
14 Mile – $15 per adult and $5 for children age 12 and under.
25 & 50 Mile – $25 per adult (includes limited SAG support.)
14 Mile – $10 per adult
25 & 50 Mile – $20
Riders may play additional hands for $5 each.
All checks MUST be written to Rittman Fire Association.
Pre-registration is available with payment by check.
Pre-registration deadline is June 14th.
P.O. Box 414
Rittman, Ohio 44270
14 Mile ride: Riders start at Rittman Fire Department and follow the County Line
Trail with all riders returning to Rittman Fire Department for lunch.
(Trailers or child carries are permitted in ride but children MUST have helmets.)
25 & 50 Mile rides: Riders start at Rittman Fire Department and will follow the map that will be given to riders at registration with all riders returning to Rittman Fire Department for lunch.
Prizes: Cash prizes to top 3 hands at 1:15pm and various door prizes. Playe Continue reading
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