POSTED: Sunday, March 25, 2012 - 8:00pm
UPDATED: Sunday, March 25, 2012 - 10:11pm
St. Francisville, (NBC33) — Saturday morning, cyclists from all over St. Francisville came out to raise money for disabled kids to have a bike of their own.
It's the fourth annual No Such Thing as Impossible Fundraiser!
Cyclists of all ages raced in three races to raise money for 'Wheels to Succeed', A non-profit organization associated with the McMains development center that gets custom bikes made for kids with disabilities.
Event organizer Lauren Hoffmann says she enjoys helping these kids.
"It's a great day for a bike ride, but you know I'm excited because it shows me the word is continuing to spread about the wheels to succeed program and people want to continue to help and donate their time, and their funds," said Hoffmann.