GREEN BAY - Hundreds of bikers got a chance to pedal for a cause Sunday.
It's all part of the 13th annual Titletown Bike Tour. The event is a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Family Foundation. Participants could take part in races from a 15K all the way to 100K, which is about 62 miles! Those that donated were recognized by special colored bandanas specific to their level of giving.
Non-profit organizers have high hopes about the efforts.
"It's our biggest fundraiser of the year and we expect to hit our goal and exceed of about $50 thousand," said Stacie Hack with the Breast Cancer Family Foundation.
Over the past 13 years, the Titletown Bike Tour has raised more than $585 thousand to support local community programs.
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