Brewers Community Foundation presents "Hitting 4 the Cycle"
MILWAUKEE - Brewers Community Foundation (BCF) has launched an exciting new event, "Hitting 4 the Cycle."
On Saturday, August 8, BCF will host this inaugural event that will allow allow bike-lovers and Brewers fans to combine their two favorite activities. Fans will be able to select one of four bike routes of various lengths that will all culminate with a fun-filled tailgate party and that night's Brewers game vs. the St. Louis Cardinals.
Participants will have the option to select 100, 88, 44 or 22 mile routes. The 100 and 88 mile routes will start at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison and end at Miller Park, while the 44 and 22 mile routes will start and end at Miller Park.
The cost to register is $50, with a $150 mandatory fundraising minimum. The money that is raised through the event will go to four organizations - the Urban Ecology Center, Dream Bikes, Penfield Children's Center and the Miracle League of Milwaukee. Each registered rider will receive a commemorative T-shirt, a game ticket for the Brewers vs. Cardinals game that night and a invitation to a celebratory tailgate party prior to the game.
"Brewers Community Foundation is very excited to host the first ever 'Hitting 4 the Cycle' benefit bike ride," said BCF Executive Director Cecelia Gore. "This is a great opportunity to positively address critical issues in our community by supporting four quality organizations, all while enjoying a bike ride in our community and capping it off with a Brewers game."
Inaugural sponsors for the benefit include Prairie Springs, the Paul Fleckenstein Trust and the Lowlands Group. The Wisconsin Bike Federation will also be actively supporting the benefit bike ride.
For more information or to sign up, please visit brewers.com/bcf.