The Boiling Spring Lakes (BSL) Special Events Committee will host the 9/11 Memorial Bike Run, taking place at the Boiling Spring Lakes Community Center at 1 Leeds in Southport, NC on Saturday, September 21 with proceeds raised going to the Boiling Spring Lakes Fire Rescue and Police Department.
The BSL Special Events Committee is proud to bring the 9/11 Memorial Bike Run back to Brunswick County after being cancelled in 2018 due to Hurricane Florence. The 9/11 Memorial Bike Run will start and end at the Community Center with stops at the Exxon Scotchman and Beach House Harley Davidson in Shallotte, as well as the Hardees at the intersection of 17/211 and the Olde Brunswick Store in Boiling Spring Lakes.
Registration begins at 9 a.m. with kickstands up at 10 a.m. An appreciation lunch will be provided upon the riders’ return to the Community Center. There will be prizes for the first and last place winners, a trophy for the club with the most riders, as well as 50/50 raffles and numerous door prizes and raffle items donated by area businesses. The cost to participate in this event is $20 per rider and $10 per passenger with proceeds raised going to the Boiling Spring Lakes Fire Rescue and Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department.
Founded in 1999, The Mission of the Special Events Committee is to provide a variety of seasonal events for various age groups. These events provide entertainment, challenges and multiple opportunities for citizen participation. Members of the community are brought together to enjoy and enhance our sense of community.
For more information please visit: https://www.cityofbsl.org/special-events-committee or https://www.facebook.com/BoilingSpringLakesSpecialEvents or call 910.477.3401.