Ride some miles with Fort Collins Cycling Club, restore some smiles

The Fort Collins Cycling Club is teaming up again with the Health District of Northern Larimer County to help more people get access to needed dental care. Proceeds from the club’s annual Spring Warm-up ride on May 5 will benefit the Health District’s “Tooth Fairy Fund,” which provides financial assistance to adults and children who cannot afford to pay for care at the district’s Family Dental Clinic.

The Health District’s Family Dental Clinic provides low-cost dental services to local residents who are without dental insurance and lack resources to pay fees at other area dental offices.

The Spring Warm-up starts and finishes at Spring Canyon Park in southwest Fort Collin and features loop routes of varying length, including a guided 12-mile ride for beginners and families and a 62-mile loop that goes through Waverly and past the Rawhide Energy Station.

Included are rest stops with food, water and mechanical assistance; sag vehicles; and a free lunch and breakfast snack.

Registration is $40 for individuals, $60 for families. Information and registration form available at www.fccycleclub.org.

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