RIDEYELLOW is an Infirmary Health charity bike ride held annually on the Saturday before Father's Day. The ride begins at Halliday Park in Bay Minette, Alabama, with a 6-mile tribute ride. Individuals can choose to participate in only the tribute ride or continue by pedaling the 10, 20, 37 or 62 mile route at their leisure. Rest stops are available along the way and food, beverages and vendor booths are available when riders return to the park.

This year, all of the proceeds will go to Rapahope, a camp in west Mobile that gives children with cancer a chance to play, have fun, go on adventures and be themselves. Their goal is to give these children the gift of joy.

RIDEYELLOW was founded in 2007 by Ann White-Spunner and Mary Trufant to raise awareness of cancer and to draft grassroots support for their mission of inspiring and empowering people affected by cancer. Since its inception, RIDEYELLOW has donated more than $538,000 to various cancer charities!

For more info and to register, go here.

Scroll down to hear Bill & Shelby with Joshua Hodge, RY Organizer and Manager of North Baldwin Fitness Center:

Josh with Bill & Shelby RY
Bill and Shelby with Josh from Ride Yellow
Shelby and The Fireman, Ride Yellow 2011

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