Hilton Head Island's Benjamin Baird, 12, rides near the front of a group of bicyclists Saturday morning at the start of a 10-mile ride during the Pedal4Kids Community Ride, which began in the Hilton Head Island High School parking lot. The event featured bike routes of varying difficulty, from a family fun ride to a 40-mile trek. Proceeds benefited the Boys and Girls Club of Hilton Head Island.
Hilton Head Island's Benjamin Baird, 12, rides near the front of a group of bicyclists Saturday morning at the start of a 10-mile ride during the Pedal4Kids Community Ride, which began in the Hilton Head Island High School parking lot. The event featured bike routes of varying difficulty, from a family fun ride to a 40-mile trek. Proceeds benefited the Boys and Girls Club of Hilton Head Island. Sarah Welliver, staff photo
Hilton Head Island's Benjamin Baird, 12, rides near the front of a group of bicyclists Saturday morning at the start of a 10-mile ride during the Pedal4Kids Community Ride, which began in the Hilton Head Island High School parking lot. The event featured bike routes of varying difficulty, from a family fun ride to a 40-mile trek. Proceeds benefited the Boys and Girls Club of Hilton Head Island. Sarah Welliver, staff photo

PHOTO: Bicyclists pedal on Hilton Head for a worth cause

September 29, 2012 07:11 PM

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