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From Street Breakfast to Norris-Penrose: Range Ride passes through Westside again early June 18

       The 66th annual Range Ride will again kick off by passing through the Near Westside Wednesday, June 18 between about 8 and 9 a.m.
       Following a route that's been regularly used in recent years, close to 150 men and women will mount horses after the annual Street Breakfast downtown and come up West Colorado Avenue, accompanied by a rolling police barricade. The group will turn left from the avenue at Limit Street, cross Highway 24, then take Eighth Street to Lower Gold Camp Road to the Norris-Penrose Event Center.
       The Range Ride, lasting five days in all, will be in Custer County this year, according to spokesperson Katherine Toman. Organized by the nonprofit Pikes Peak Range Riders Foundation, the event traditionally spreads the word about the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo (July 9-12 this year).

Westside Pioneer article
(Posted 6/15/14; Outdoors: Norris-Penrose Event Center)

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