St. Charles bike facility hosts fundraiser for nontraditional cyclists
ST. CHARLES – Stacee Seay provided words of encouragement to Ted Moss as he pushed himself to go faster on a handcycle.
"Go, Ted. Just a little more," Seay said.
The 64-year-old Moss, of Lake Forest, was participating in Monday's Reindeer Race indoor time trial at The Bike Rack Performance Center in St. Charles. Riders paid $25 in advance and $35 on the day of the event, with the proceeds going to Project Mobility: Cycles for Life, a nonprofit organization that offers recreational events using specialized bicycles for people with disabilities.
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