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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Wheels of Glory III

The last (at least for now) of Will Cycle for Charity's Wheels of Glory indoor cycling series takes place Wednesday (March 11) at the Atomic Cowboy, 4140 Manchester Ave. in St. Louis. The doors open at 5 p.m., registration begins at 7 o'clock, and racing begins at 8 o'clock.

Registration is $5, and proceeds will go toward the St. Louis City Open Studio and Gallery, a non-profit arts organization located in Tower Grove Park that is dedicated to providing accessible arts education to children in a safe environment. Funds generated from the Wheels of Glory race will go toward operational expenses and scholarship awards.

Will Cycle for Charity is a nonprofit group of St. Louis cyclists who are donating their time and skills for St. Louis-area charitable organizations through cycling events.

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