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35k raised for Burin Peninsula Autism Parent Support Group

Riders kicked off the Route 210 Run in Burin before advancing around the boat of the Burin Peninsula.
Riders kicked off the Route 210 Run in Burin before advancing around the boat of the Burin Peninsula. - Colin Farrell
BURIN, N.L. —

A parade of chrome and thunder made its way around the boot of the Burin Peninsula this past weekend as the Heritage Riders hosted their 3rd annual Route 210 Run.
Now in its third year, the Aug. 24 event saw approximately 483 people taking part. The ride has grown from 250 participants in 2017 to 340 riders last year.
Proceeds from the ride, as well as the sale of tickets on a Harley Davidson Motorcycle, were donated to the Burin Peninsula Autism Family Support Group. The Heritage Riders donate a total of $35,000 to the group this year.
Past donation from the motorcycle association have helped fund the construction of a new resource centre located in the Burin Industrial Park.
 

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