Olympian Mari Holden lead the way for the 150 riders registering at Hershey Lodge today for tomorrows start of Hershey’s Tour de Pink, a 220 mile ride for the Young Survival Coalition charity ride to New York City.The energy of this group is amazing.
Tonight will be a kick off celebration at Chocolate World as the riders get meet friends from last year and new cyclists this year.
The rides will make their way from Hershey, Pa to King of Prussia, Pa on Friday. Their first day will be the hardest with a hilly 84 miles through beautiful Lancaster County.
Then we’ll head to Clinton, NJ after 47 miles on Sunday. The riders will then be bused into New York City for the night and have one last ride to be on Fox & Friends Monday morning and a celebration later at Tavern on the Green.