CENTREVILLE — When 300-plus bike riders hit the roads in Queen Anne’s and Kent counties on Saturday, June 27, 17 amateur radio operators will man seven supply and gear vehicles and seven rest stops providing communication between each of them and the command center in Centreville.
Cyclists will be riding the Two Rivers Bike Ride, an event to provide awareness and to raise scholarship funds for students at the Wye River Upper School and for the Corsica River Conservancy to help restore and preserve the Corsica River and its watershed.
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