Thousands of people took part in the “Owl Ride” Saturday night in Omaha. They hit the streets with their bicycles at 10 p.m. for a special nighttime ride.
Cyclists could choose an 8 mile or 17 mile route. The shorter route went through Downtown Omaha into Midtown Omaha. The longer one added stops in Dundee and Aksarben Village.
People said they had a great time, plus it supported a good cause. The money raised goes towards the “Meyer Foundation For Disabilities.”
Shawn McCormick said, “It's kind of like a party on two wheels, a careful party. People just enjoy it. You see little kids. You see older people. It's just a fun atmosphere."
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