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Keuka Lake Bike Ride Raises $110K for Camp Good Days

Over 400 cyclists of all ages and backgrounds converged at Camp Good Days’ Branchport recreational facility, eager to embark on a journey around the stunning Keuka Lake. This year, the event marked a significant milestone, raising more than in any year past and reaffirming its status as one of the organization’s largest fundraisers.
Riders set off from the Camp Good Days’ recreational facility on Keuka Lake, opting between two breathtaking routes: a 27-mile ride, or a challenging 45-mile circuit that encircled the entirety of Keuka Lake. The triumphant journey concluded back at the Camp Good Days camping facility, where riders were treated to a well-deserved lakeside cookout for lunch.
This year’s Tour de Teddi shattered previous fundraising records with an astounding total of over $110,000 raised. These funds will provide crucial support to Camp Good Days’ mission of enriching the lives of those impacted by cancer or sickle cell anemia.
“It has been a truly incredible show of support today. Coming out of COVID, we were uncertain on what our new normal would look like regarding our fundraising events. But even despite the rain, over 400 riders came out to support Camp Good Days, which is more than we could ever ask for. Their support means so much to not only our campers but also to me personally.” Said Gary Mervis, Founder of Camp Good Days. “All in all, it was a perfect day to be at Camp Good Days.”
Camp Good Days extends its deepest gratitude to the riders, volunteers, sponsors, and supporters who made this remarkable achievement possible. Their unwavering commitment to the cause exemplifies the power of community and compassion, driving positive change in the lives of those in need
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