Today I photographed the Parkinson’s Disease Bike Ride in Malvern, PA. This was the second annual event, and the second year I photographed the ride.
Riders arrived early in the morning to sign in, get their cue sheets, attach their numbers, and prepare for the ride. The weather couldn’t have been better!
The routes departed from Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital in Malvern, PA. Riders could choose from three different ride lengths, and as is typical of Chester County most the routes included some demanding hills! The riders looked good though and persevered the hills to complete their rides.
When riders crossed the finish line, they were greeted with cheers and congrats! It was an absolutely beautiful day and even on the hot side for bike riding in October.
B101 was onsite to provide music and Bee 101 was in attendance, too as you can see in this photograph!
“Harvey in the Morning” also was present for the big day!
All-in-all, it was a great event to bring more awareness to Parkinson’s Disease and raise money for the cause. Next year you really need to consider participating in this great event!