Cycle The WAVE Massachusetts Is Coming To Ashland

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Women and girls of all ages and abilities
are invited to join this non-competitive cycling event.

On Sunday, June 23, 2013, the first East Coast event, Cycle the WAVE Massachusetts, will start and end at historic Marathon Park, Pleasant St., Ashland. All proceeds will benefit the local non-profit, Web of Benefit, Inc. This cycling event is an all-women, non-competitive ride, not a race, and there is no fundraising requirement. Women riders of all ages and abilities can sign up for the “Little Sister” (about 25 miles), or the “Big Sister” (about 50 miles). Beginning at the original Boston Marathon starting line, and winding through several beautiful MetroWest towns, the cycling event will include surprises and treats along the way, and a celebration party at the end.

All proceeds from this event will go directly to its proud sponsor, Web of Benefit. Web of Benefit promotes liberation from domestic violence and has given more than 1,100 Self-Sufficiency Grants to women in the Greater Boston and MetroWest area. Each woman “pays it forward” by performing good works for other women impacted by domestic violence.

To learn more, or to register, sponsor, donate, or volunteer (men welcome), visit ma.cyclethewave.org. Questions? Contact Deborah Maini: 781-974-4559 or info@ma.cyclethewave.org.

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