Martin Luther King Jr. Bike Ride To Promote COVID-19 Testing


Martin Luther King Jr. Bike Ride
Inner City Cycling Connection, Inc., a 501(c3) non-profit organization, invites cyclists to participate and support the Martin Luther King Jr. Classic Bike Ride to promote testing for the COVID-19 virus. This event is to be held on Monday, January 18, 2021, from 7 am to 11 am.   The theme of this event is: “Healing America, For Peace, Equality, and Justice.”
 
In addition, this event is a tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., George Floyd, and others who have made sacrifices for justice and equality. 

The purpose of the Classic Kingdom Day Symbolic Cycling Celebration is to promote this year’s 2021 theme “Healing America Body and Soul” a holistic approach that includes Health, Peace, Equality, and Justice through physical fitness, with limited cycling participants. Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Day through a collaborative effort with local Community Organizations, and Community Members as we continue IN SILENT PROTEST the philosophical concepts that will bring justice, equality and universal unity by way of symbolic cycling protest by way of perpetuating the healing process for a better and loving world “As the legacy continues.”

Remembering historically that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. rode on a bicycle while pastoring a church in Mississippi supporting the Rosa Parks Montgomery Alabama Bus Strike on February 22, 1956.

The ride continues today for promoting peace and unity. In step with the covid-19 protocol, mandatory mask & six feet spacing during cycling are required. Locations for testing (1st 4300 Marlton Street (2nd ) 2412 Griffith Avenue (3rd ) 1655 Manchester Avenue

More Info:

Please visit innercitycycling.org  for more information on this event.   

When :

Monday, January 18, 2021

Where:

Behind Crenshaw Mall on Marlton Street & King Blvd.

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