Last updated: April 03. 2014 1:10PM - 1054 Views

Contributed photoThe Cape Fear Cyclist-Lakeshore Riders will travel to Oriental this weekend to participate in the Cycle NC Spring ride, and have dedicated the ride to Cody Clark, a 6-year-old Bladen County boy who is battling a brain tumor. The club will take 'Lakeshore Riders for Cody' signs with them to the three-day event for the 1,100 cyclists to see and possibly hear about Cody's story. The local cyclists will ride different routes over the three days and the mission is to use the power of prayer to help Cody Clark and his family as he fights this battle. The club has also made Cody an honorary member.
Contributed photoThe Cape Fear Cyclist-Lakeshore Riders will travel to Oriental this weekend to participate in the Cycle NC Spring ride, and have dedicated the ride to Cody Clark, a 6-year-old Bladen County boy who is battling a brain tumor. The club will take 'Lakeshore Riders for Cody' signs with them to the three-day event for the 1,100 cyclists to see and possibly hear about Cody's story. The local cyclists will ride different routes over the three days and the mission is to use the power of prayer to help Cody Clark and his family as he fights this battle. The club has also made Cody an honorary member.
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The Cape Fear Cyclist-Lakeshore Riders will travel to Oriental this weekend to participate in the Cycle NC Spring ride, and have dedicated the ride to Cody Clark, a 6-year-old Bladen County boy who is battling a brain tumor. The club will take ‘Lakeshore Riders for Cody’ signs with them to the three-day event for the 1,100 cyclists to see and possibly hear about Cody’s story. The local cyclists will ride different routes over the three days and the mission is to use the power of prayer to help Cody Clark and his family as he fights this battle. The club has also made Cody an honorary member.

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