As of Friday, March 15, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LOGANVILLE -- An upcoming bike ride will give participants the chance to help a pair of local nonprofits.
Graystone Church and Witness Through Fitness will host their fifth-annual "One Can Ride" event on April 21. Departing from Graystone Church in Loganville, the cycling event will offer both a 30-mile loop and a 62-mile metric century.
All proceeds of registration fees will benefit the Southeast Gwinnett Co-op -- which "serves families in need through ministry, provision, food and utility assistance -- and the Path Project -- formerly the Hope Center -- which helps at-risk children.
Registration prior to April 1 is $25 and includes a commemorative T-shirt. Those interested can sign-up the day of the race, but fees increase after April 1.
Riders are also encouraged to bring additional canned foods to the race -- for every five food items donated, they will be entered in a prize drawing.
To register, search "One Can Ride" on active.com.
For more information on the benefitting nonporfits, visit segwinnettcoop.org and path-project.org.