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6th Annual Frank Polack Memorial Ride to Benefit Hospice- presented by Ocala Eye - *NEW* 80, 62 and 30 mile options. Stocked rest stops, SAG wagons, and a good time awaits including healthy lunchprovided by Hospice chefs, and free massage after your ride! * HELMETS ARE REQUIRED *
We are expecting 300 cyclists to take a trip to the Heart of Horse Country and enjoy rolling hills and the best event support you've experienced - we welcome you to join us this year! On Saturday 6/1/13 take part in beautiful routes of 80 miles, 62 miles or 30 miles with plentiful rest stops and SAG vehicle support from Brick City Bicycles in an event that benefits Hospice of Marion County, one of the most caring organizations in Florida. Ride in remembrance of a loved one, or just to enjoy the beautiful Marion County horse farm countryside. You may register via active.com or request a faxed registration form by calling Hospice of Marion County at (352) 854-5218. Proceeds from your registration fee will benefit Hospice of Marion County.
All riders registered by Saturday 5/15/13 are guaranteed a custom t-shirt and event kit. All participants will receive a ticket to the post-ride lunch provided by Hospice. There will be a mass start at 8:00 am for all routes.
A personalized donation page is automatically set up through active.com when you register online. Raising pledge donations is optional, but very appreciated, as Hospice services are available to anyone regardless of their ability to pay. You can also use this pledge form to get started.
80 Mile Course Map:
This ride is being conducted in honor of Frank M. Polack, M.D., a pioneer in the field of ophthalmology. Dr. Polack passed away in the summer of 2007. His wife and family received generous support from Hospice of Marion County. One of his sons, Peter J. Polack, M.D., is an ophthalmologist with Ocala Eye. Dr. Polack and his colleagues encourage your full participation in this event and continued support of all the wonderful things Hospice does for the community.