As iPlayOutside says:
“Please join the Habitat for Humanity of Nicholas and Webster Counties for their annual scenic bike tour along the Scenic Williams River, through the Monongahela National Forest‘s breathtaking views, and astounding climbs”
This ride is one of the best supported charity rides in the state. The scenery and climbs are out of this world, and everyone I encountered last year were all courteous, and were interested in riding, but also being able to take the time to say hi and get to know one another.
One of the best parts is the post-ride dinner:
Cookout-style dinner upon returning to Camp Caesar after ride. The cost of the Saturday dinner is included in the registration fee.
Be sure to finish the ride in good time to be getting the goodies first 🙂
I’ve posted a lot about the ride already, so here are some links:
If you would like to donate, without attending, please contact: Betsy Morris, Camp Caesar Director, at 304-226-3888 or email at email@example.com and send checks to: Humanity of Nicholas and Webster Counties PO Box 544 Summersville, WV 26651