COOKEVILLE –The fifth annual “Ride to the Sky” is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018 beginning at 7 a.m. in front of Caney Fork Cycle, 122 E. Broad St. in Cookeville. The cycling event will challenge riders of all skill levels with options for 20-, 40-, and 75-mile routes through some of the region’s most beautiful country. The event will include competitive riders as well as riding hobbyists from across Tennessee.
Proceeds from the “Ride to the Sky” benefit Carmen’s Fund which provides free CPR education to the Upper Cumberland schools, non-profit and community groups as program of Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation. Additional information about classes may be found at www.carmenburnette.com.
Sponsors of “Ride to the Sky” include First Tennessee Bank, Tennessee Heart, REI, Cookeville Regional Medical Center, Side Stitch, Wakefield Venture Group, Caney Fork Cycles, Outdoor Experience, Papa Tony’s, ATC Automation, and First National Bank.
For complete event details or to register please visit www.RideToTheSky.orgor find “Ride to the Sky” on Facebook.
Carmen’s Fund offers certification in CPR, AED and chocking emergency training through free classes for the community. Carmen’s Fund is a program of Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation.
The Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The Foundation enhances the quality and availability of healthcare in the Upper Cumberland by: offering charitable assistance to local patients; supporting healthcare services for the public; promoting compassionate programs for patients; and encouraging investment in our community-owned hospital: Cookeville Regional Medical Center.