Heather's Ride is a semi-competitive and non-competitive event that is intended to raise money for Heather's Camp, a program devoted to providing a summer camp experience to vision impaired and blind youth to honor the memory of Heather Muller, a young woman who was killed in 2000 and who loved children and wanted to help those with special needs. The youth at Heather's Camp benefit from increased self-confidence, new friendships, outdoor adventure, music, fun and laughter while increasing emotional growth and support to their families.
Heather's Ride offers 25, 50, or 75 mile routes through scenic south-central Kansas. Riders receive a commemorative T-shirt, guaranteed for riders who pre-register. There are SAG stops with water and snacks, minor repair service, medical assistance, and support vehicles.
The ride begins and ends at the park shelter between 1st and 3rd avenues on E. Ross Avenue in Clearwater, Kansas.
|08-17-2014||Heather's Ride - A Clearwater, Kansas event offering 25, 50, and 75-mile routes through scenic south-central Kansas. The ride benefits the children of Heather's Camp for vision-impaired and blind youth.|