Campbell Law 4th Annual Bike Ride to benefit Pro Bono Council Projects
October 22 @ 7:00 am - 1:30 pm
Campbell Law School will host its Fourth Annual Fundraising Bike Ride on Saturday, Oct. 22, Dean J. Rich Leonard has announced. The ride, which is co-sponsored by TREK Bikes, Crabtree Mall, Raleigh Brewing Company, Raleigh Magazine and the Campbell Law Pro Bono Council, will once again offer a 10- to 12-mile family ride, a 40- to 50-mile ride or a virtual ride option.
The rides will begin and end at Raleigh Brewing Company’s 3709 Neil St. location just off Hillsborough Street. TREK Bikes is coordinating the bike routes and will be on site the day of the ride.
The in-person and virtual routes are open to all skill levels. The ride is fully supported with rest stops, SAG vehicles and rider sweeps courtesy of TREK Bikes. Participants will receive a bib number and a certificate of completion.
The bike ride fundraiser will go directly to support the law school’s student-run Pro Bono Projects, which serve a variety of underserved populations in our community. The ride is open to the public, with registration available up to the day of the ride. Registration and the exact bike routes are TBA.
The bike ride will kick off a week-long celebration of National Pro Bono Week, which begins Oct. 23.
Registration is available at this link and includes a limited-edition 2022 Campbell Law Bike Ride t-shirt and other co-branded swag. Following the ride, there will be a free beverage and food along with live music.
Please save the date and stay tuned for updates!