Large crowd turns out for kids bike ride in Barrington

Fraid Knots host kids bike ride

Posted 7/5/22

It was fun, and it was a fund-raiser.

The annual Fraid Knots Kids Bike Ride took place late last month, and drew a large crowd of young bicyclists and their parents to the Country Club plat …

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Large crowd turns out for kids bike ride in Barrington

Fraid Knots host kids bike ride

Posted

It was fun, and it was a fund-raiser.

The annual Fraid Knots Kids Bike Ride took place late last month, and drew a large crowd of young bicyclists and their parents to the Country Club plat neighborhood. The event served as a fund-raiser for the Fraid Knots, a team of adults who ride in the Pan Mass Challenge each year, raising much-needed money for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

The kids bike ride included games, treats, prizes, competitions, and plenty of food. 

All money raised will go to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for groundbreaking cancer research and treatment.

For more information email fraidknotskidsride@gmail.com

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