Ride For the Wolves Charity Motorcycle Ride to benefit the Wildlife Science Center
Saturday, August 20th, 2011
Registration: 11:00am-Running Aces Harness Park, Columbus, MN
Ride Begins: 12 p.m.
Motorcycle Charity Ride travels approximately 100 miles through beautiful eastern MN and western WI. We will stop for refreshments and a stretch and complete our ride at the Wildlife Science Center’s Columbus property with a BBQ.
All Proceeds benefit the Wildlife Science Center
From: Running Aces Harness Park, Columbus, MN
To: Sal’s Angus Grill, Keystone Avenue North, Stillwater, MN-18.2 mi/about 30 min
To: Traprock Inn, Dresser, WI- 29.3 mi/about 57 min
To: Star Prairie, WI-19.7 mi/about 27 min
To: WSC, West Broadway Avenue, Columbus, MN- 45.2 mi – about 1 hour 27 min
The Wildlife Science Center is a nonprofit, science-based education facility that specializes in wolves and other predators and welcomes over 25,000 visitors annually. The science behind the programs is demonstrated through the hands-on wildlife training of professional biologists and students worldwide, research involving wolf physiology and behavior, and conservation efforts that provide critical assistance to endangered species recovery programs such as the red wolf and Mexican gray wolf. For more information about the Wildlife Science Center, please visit our website at www.wildlifesciencecenter.org.