Climate Ride Team EBBC Meet & Greet

From EBBC:

Come join Renee Rivera, EBBC’s Executive Director and Blake Holiday from Climate Ride to learn more about the California Climate Ride and Team EBBC.

We’re recruiting team members for the first-ever Team EBBC on this year’s Climate Ride California. This October 2-6, you can be part of the fun and support EBBC at the same time! Climate Ride raises money for eight green beneficiaries including 350.org, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, and Green America. The exciting part for EBBC is that a portion of the funds raised by Team members will go directly to our programs!

Join us for a beer and yummy snacks to learn more about Climate Ride. This is the chance to ask all your questions. We will have great tips on training and fundraising to get you on your way towards an awesome ride this fall.

Check out our Climate Ride page here, the Climate Ride website here and you can join Team EBBC by clicking here.

Thank you for supporting a cooler planet and a more bike-friendly East Bay through Climate Ride’s Team EBBC!

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