The County Attorney's Office, in collaboration with Villa Maria, a nonprofit shelter guiding survivors to self-sufficiency, will host a cycling tour that is designed to raise awareness about the crucial, post-crisis phase of a domestic violence survivor's journey. In addition to raising awareness, the event is focused on providing resources to survivors of domestic violence in the form of scholarships for educational opportunities, vocational training, and therapeutic service.
50 Mile starts at Album Ave, right on Wedgewood, east on Montana, turn around at Hueco Ranch, back to Album.
20 Mile starts at Album Ave., right on Wedgewood, east on Montana, turn around at N. Zaragosa, back to Album.
12 mile starts at Album Ave., right on Wedgewood, east on Montana, turn around at Joe Battle, back to Album.
T-shirts to the first 200 registered participants, race socks by SockGuy to the first 200 registered participants, commemorative dog tags to first 100 participants to complete the course.
Online registration ends Oct. 21. There will be on-site registration on Oct 24 & 25 and on the day of the event.