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KREMPELS CENTER

2012 Krempels King of the Road Challenge Exeter,  New Hampshire

Donations as of October 20, 2014:

$0.00 Raised Offline
$610.00 Raised Online
$610.00 Total Raised

2012 Krempels King of the Road Challenge

The Krempels King of the Road Challenge is a fundraising bike ride to benefit Krempels Center, a Portsmouth NH based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with brain injury from trauma, tumor or stroke.

Cyclists know that fall in New England offers some of the best riding conditions of the year and we’ve pulled together a ride that not only celebrates the season but includes scenic routes, friendly course support and a lively finish area celebration. Fun throughout the day is assured and, while you’re at it, you’ll be supporting the Krempels Center!

This event has a special connection to the King family, through the local cycle-racing legends Robbie and Teddy King, who are actively involved with supporting the event. This is a fundraising ride, not a race, it is designed to be an enjoyable day of cycling and camaraderie for riders of all abilities.

Three routes, of varying lengths, have been designed to accommodate a wide range of cycling abilities, fundraising minimums have been set at easily attainable levels and the focus has been put on family fun.

We put together an opportunity to support the Krempels Center, the King connection and a glorious riding experience. What we got is the 2nd Annual Krempels King of the Road Challenge. Please join us!

Start Date Saturday, October 20, 2012
End Date Friday, November 30, 2012
Location Exeter, New Hampshire
Contact Arlon Chaffee
6036829954

Supporters

Comment Donation
Thomas Hickman For the silent auction !!!
$300.00
Bobbi and Nick Schaus Wish so we could join you on the ride! Miss you!
$200.00
PETER AND CAROLYN WILSON GO GO BIG TED
$100.00
Arlon Chaffee
$10.00

Donation Summary

Raised Offline
$0
Raised Online
$610
Total Raised
$610