More than 3,000 women on bicycles will be invading Cache Valley next weekend. It’s the <a href=”http://www.bccutah.org/lrrh/” target=”_blank”>“Little Red Riding Hood”</a> group, and Gary Saxton, manager of the Logan Downtown Alliance, said it’s a charity ride sponsored by the <a href=”http://bccutah.org/” target=”_blank”>Bonneville Cycling Club</a> to raise money for the <a href=”http://huntsmancancer.org/giving/foundation/events/hometown-heroes.php” target=”_blank”>Hometown Heroes Program</a>, part of the <a href=”http://huntsmancancer.org/index.php” target=”_blank”>Huntsman Cancer Institute</a>.
Saxton said the women will arrive in Lewiston on Friday, June 2, and spend the night camping out in the Lewiston area. The ride begins Saturday morning, June 3.
“They ride throughout the valley,” Saxton said, “through just some of the beautiful roads we have from Lewiston all the way to the Mendon area, somewhat through the Benson, Amalga, Cache Junction, Mendon and Newton areas, so it’s out in the rural parts of the county.”
Saxton said the all-women cyclists have been doing the Little Red Riding Hood ride for more than 30 years.