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2013 Wooman Bike Tour Has More Than 300 Cyclists

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 9/15/2013

For the first time in its four-year history, this year's Wooman Bike Tour topped 300 participants in Mansfield and Wooster. Dave Kracker says Panera Bread sponsors the bike tour, where cycling enthusiasts raise money for the Pat Kracker Breast Cancer Fund in Mansfield and Wooster Community Hospital's Breast Cancer Unit.

Cyclists have the chance to ride 50 miles to the Winfield Bread and Breakfast in Ashland or take part in the round-trip 100-mile ride.

Participants also can choose to enjoy a 20-mile recreational ride in and around Mansfield or Wooster and riders are encouraged to collect pledges for each mile they travel, although they are not required to do so.

   
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