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Posted: March 13, 2015   2:15 PM

Join Team Innocence Project for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour!

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The Innocence Project is thrilled to participate as a bike tour charity partner again this year. Held annually the first Sunday in May, the TD Five Boro Bike Tour is America’s largest cycling event. The Tour is co-produced by Bike New York and the New York City Department of Transportation. The event provides participants the unique and fun experience to bike through all five boroughs – a 40 mile, car-free ride for 32,000 cyclists. 

On Sunday, May 3, 2015, a team of twenty five people will bike for the Innocence Project, raising awareness about wrongful convictions and fundraising to help free the innocent.

Each member of the team commits to raising a minimum of $1,000 to support the Innocence Project and receives:

  • guaranteed entry into the TD Five Boro Bike Tour
  • an Innocence Project team jersey
  • early start pass
  • breakfast at the start and team breakfast at our office
  • lunch at the finish
  • fundraising tips and support from IP staff

Please click here to apply to join Team IP!

If you have your own entry to the bike tour and would like to join our team and raise money to support the IP with no minimum fundraising requirement, please contact us to set-up your fundraising page.

Visit the TD Five Boro Bike Tour site for more information about the charity program or contact Laura Ma at lma@innocenceproject.org or 212-364-5976.

To stay updated on all our charity team events, follow Team Innocence Project on Facebook.


 

 

Lindsay Waite says:
Apr 06, 2015 06:59 PM

I'm in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I recommend in the future that you consider holding these in numerous cities simultaneously. I could organize one here.

Bridgette says:
Apr 07, 2015 12:16 PM

I completely agree: I live in Oklahoma and wish so badly that there was a bike tour closer to where I live.

Anthony Marquez Rodriguez says:
Apr 06, 2015 10:26 PM

I was also incarcerated in 1980 through 1983 for I crime I didn't commit. (Robbery & Assault)
Since September 11, 2001, I've been having a hard time finding employment.

MARY STEWART says:
Apr 07, 2015 01:04 AM

AS howard ZINN SAYS, "YOU CAN'T BE NEUTRAL ON A MOVING TRAIN" ! SO, DOWN HERE WAY DOWN SOUTH, WE NEED SO MUCH HELP! SOUTH CAROLINA PRETENDS THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN, OHH BUT IT DOES JUST LIKE EVERY PLACE ELSE, AND DOUGLAS O'NEAL IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE! WE MUST EXONERATE HIM, WITH YOUR HELP!
tO ALL WHO WORK SO ARD, TO ALL WHO WAIT SO LONG, NEVER GIVE UP, THE TRAIN IS MOVING....THANK YOU!

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