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Sat Jun 28 2014 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM


Pearl City Station in Muscatine, Iowa on the river front
Muscatine, IA


pEDaling for Pancreatic Cancer



Distance - 5, 20, 40, 80

A fun ride benefitting Pancreatic Cancer research on June 28, 2014 in Muscatine, Iowa.
All proceeds from the event will go to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.

The purpose of this event is to remember the life of Ed Longstreth of Muscatine. He was a community minded individual and a bus driver for the Muscatine school district. Ed succumbed to this terrible disease in October of 2013. 

Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest cancers and this bike ride is to honor the memory of Ed and others who have lost the battle to Pancreatic Cancer as well as to raise funds to help better understand this disease.

For now we ride for a cure, but one day we will ride in celebration of finding that cure.

The day will also feature a Craft Fair and Car Show put on by the Blown budget Car Club

WHEN: June 28, 2014 
             5 Mile Ride - 9AM
             20 Mile Ride - 8AM
             40 Mile Ride - 7:30AM
             80 Mile Ride - 7AM


THE ROUTE You could ride 5, 20, 40 or 80 miles. Check the Sign Up page for details. It will start at Pearl City Station, ride out the bike path to Highway 22, ride Highway 22 to Sweetland Road to New Era Road and the first rest stop is at Wild Cat Den.  From Wild Cat Den, you will go back to Highway 22 and ride to Buffalo.  After a rest at the stop in Buffalo, continue on to Concord Street to Credit Island and on to the Farmer’s Market at Modern Woodmen Park.  After a little hydration, take the bike path across Arsenal Bride and cross over to Illinois.  Stay on the bike path and continue on to Campbell Island.  This will be a tour of the island and back the same route to Muscatine.

View Map of ride


Pearl City Station in Muscatine, Iowa on the river front

Harbor Dr.
Muscatine, IA 52761


COST Bike: Adult $30
                     Student $20
                     Child (12 & Under) $10

**Price Will Increase $5 After May 15.**

COST Car Show : $5.00 donation


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