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See larger All riders were required to wear safety helmets and eye protection was a good idea, the love bugs are starting to show up for the summer. By rides end the sun was bright and streets nearly clear of the morning rainfall, as the weather cleared. Photo / Darryl A. Wells

All riders were required to wear safety helmets and eye protection was a good idea, the love bugs are starting to show up for the summer. By rides end the sun was bright and streets nearly clear of the morning rainfall, as the weather cleared. Photo / Darryl A. Wells

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  • The stormy overnight and early morning conditions prevented some riders from being able toi participate, the event which was sponsored by Naples Cyclery on behalf of the Youth Haven program. The program brings a light of hope to children who have been victimized by abuse, abandonment, or in need of emergency shelter and care. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • All riders were required to wear safety helmets and eye protection was a good idea, the love bugs are starting to show up for the summer. By rides end the sun was bright and streets nearly clear of the morning rainfall, as the weather cleared. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • The 20 mile ride went from the start point at Naples Cyclery and looped around to Vanderbilt Beach Drive and circled back around Barefoot Beach Boulevard.  Riders received a sheriffs Department escort on their trek. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Youth Haven board member Ron McGinty, happily took part in the 20 mile ride, he is an avid rider and appreciative of the event to help bring awareness, and support to the Youth Haven program, and the children who desperately need the help and support which its services offer. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • Riders get ready for the start of the 20 mile ride group which started at 8:30, weather conditions had become clearer but strong wind gusts remained. Twenty riders were registered for the 20 mile group, with a variety of cyclers. Photo / Darryl A. Wells
  • These riders were in the early and rainy 50 mile group, but had to return due to extreme wind gusts and rain squalls that came in off of the Gulf during the event. The 50 mile course took cyclers from the starting point at Naples Cyclery to Fort Myers Beach by way of CR 865. Fourty cyclers were registered for the 50 mile event.  Photo / Darryl A. Wells

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