Bikers set off to increase autism awareness

 

By Kevin Spradlin
PeeDeePost.com

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More than 50 motorcycles rumbled over the R.W. Goodman bridge that spans the Pee Dee River early Saturday afternoon to help raise awareness for autism.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com

Led by the Ol’ Skool Tribe Riding Club and escorted by a Richmond County Sheriff’s Office sport utility vehicle, riders traveled from Cordova School along Interstate 74 to Wadesboro. They planned to make their way to Town Creek Indian Mound before returning to Richmond County. Riders planned a dinner beginning at about 3:30 p.m. at Cordova United Methodist Church.

Last year’s ride raised approximately $5,800 for Cordova School.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com

 

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