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KCMO/Kansas City’s Kelly Urich To Ride 100 Miles On His Bicycle Today To Benefit …




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Kelly Urich Begins Ride At 9a (CT)



CUMULUS Classic Hits KCMO/KANSAS CITY morning host KELLY URICH will ride his bicycle 100 miles starting TODAY (4/10) at 9a (CT) to help feed the hungry in KANSAS CITY. Earlier this week, URICH challenged his listeners to pledge 50 cents for every mile he rides. KANSAS CITIANS raised over $6,000 in just a few hours. He will start and end his 100 mile ride at Union Station.


URICH said, “Anyone who listens to our show knows I’m lucky to have a job, so this is the least I can do. And HARVESTERS! How can you say no? Cycling is one of the few social distancing activities you can do, so I’m thrilled to combine my passion for HARVESTERS and my favorite sport. I’ll ride as hard as I can! Thank you to everyone who has given so much and to everyone who helps us promote this worthy cause.”




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