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Motorcyclists Hit the Road for Fundraiser for Albert Lea Girl Killed in Bike Crash

July 15, 2017 07:49 PM

(ABC 6 News) -- More than a dozen motorcyclists hit the road Saturday to honor an 8-year-old Albert Lea girl who was killed while riding her bike last year.

Riders went on an 110-mile trek through Southeastern Minnesota to raise money for the Blue Zones Project's initiative to educate kids on bicycle safety.

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"I hope that people continue to educate their children and be a part of an active community," Blue Zones Project's Ellen Kehr said.

Before taking off, the riders released balloons in Sophie's honor.


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