Beryl Bailey rode the “Bike to the Beach” (actual, not virtual) the past 2 years, raising money for a private school where she taught students with neurological differences such as autism. This year, Bailey is riding for Bloom Fitness, a community focused around fitness and wellness that provides athletes with a feeling of belonging. The program offers people with intellectual and developmental disABILITIES an inviting and safe environment to exercise, learn about healthy lifestyle choices, and have social interaction. Ms. Bailey will be riding a spinning bike at the Estes Valley Community Center on the morning of Saturday, October 10. She will be outside the Lower Level for approximately four hours (50 miles total). If you would like to contribute to Bailey’s fundraising efforts, visit https://my.biketothebeach.org/beryleveHUB1934. If you would like more info on Bloom Fitness, visit bloomfitness.org.