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Chafe 150 Ride 2024 Results!

Chafe 150 2024 Ride Results


As many of you are aware, the weather presented us with challenges we've never faced before. Heavy rain, strong winds, hail, and even snow in some areas led to more riders discontinuing or abandoning the ride than ever before. We understand that not everyone started the ride due to these conditions, and we respect and appreciate your decision. The safety and support of our participants and volunteers have always been our top priority, and this year was no exception. Despite the adverse conditions, it was amazing to see our community come together.

Our incredible volunteers went above and beyond, mobilizing to ensure that all riders who needed or chose to end their Chafe 150 ride had a safe journey back to town and were taken care of upon their arrival. Their dedication and quick action were truly commendable.

Despite the weather, the ride was a success in many ways. The funds raised will significantly impact the Pend Oreille School District's Book Trust program and other Rotary Club of Sandpoint youth programs, benefiting a generation of young minds. Thank you to all our riders and volunteers and we hope to see you next year on June 14, 2025!


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