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Summit_Bridge_Mary_Lowenstein_Anderson-400x228Sunday, April 21 (rain date is April 28)    ~

Hundreds of motorcycles will take part in a police-escorted ride from Newark (10:30 departure) or Dover (12 Noon departure) to Rehoboth Beach in support of Special Olympics Delaware. Organized by the Delaware Blue Knights Chapter 1, the “Ride to the Tide” takes place on Sunday, April 21. Registration costs $20 per rider. Departures are

Newark: 10:30 am from the UD Athletic Complex

Dover: 12 Noon from the DELDOT Administrative Building

For more information and to register: http://www.sode.org/fundraisers/ride-to-the-tide/

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