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WVMBA race to benefit injured Riddle

West Virginia will host a race in Bruceton Mills on October 7 to benefit local pro/expert racer Joey Riddle, who sustained multiple injuries in a recent crash at the West Virginia Mountain Bike Association (WVMBA) series championships earlier this month. Riddle suffered two broken wrists, a broken collarbone, a separated shoulder, and a concussion and is temporarily unable to work.

The race will be held in conjunction with West Virginia University's collegiate mountain bike race and a raffle of a 29er Cannondale singlespeed frame and a Vicious Cycles hardtail frame (singlespeed or geared). For more information, visit www.wvmba.com.

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