Friendship Circle Biking Across the Country to Benefit Those with Special N

A group of cyclists, ages ranging 17-60 will be cycling across the country this summer to benefit the Friendship Circle and raise money for children, teens, and young adults with special needs. “Investors Bank Bike 4 Friendship”, an annual cross-country bicycle trip, will take a group of cyclists on a 3,100 mile journey across the continent to benefit Friendship Circle International, a humanitarian organization that benefits children with special needs by giving them the priceless gift of friendship.

The bikers will set out on Sunday, July 6, 2014 from La Jolla Shores in San Diego with a kickoff event in which local supporters are able to bike alongside the cross-country riders for a portion of their journey, beginning at 9 a.m. Averaging 85 miles a day, the cyclists will visit local Friendship Circle chapters in many of their visiting cities.

For more about Investors Bank Bike 4 Friendship, please visit

About the Friendship Circle

The Friendship Circle is today's fastest growing Jewish organization for children with special needs. With over 92 locations worldwide, including one right here in San Diego, the Friendship Circle has cultivated friendships between 5,000 special children and close to 11,000 teen volunteers.

The Friendship Circle's unique approach brings together teenage volunteers and children with special needs for hours of fun and friendship. These shared experiences empower the children, our special friends, while enriching the lives of everyone involved. For more information, visit .


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