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14th Annual Caramel Roll Ride Kicks Off Saturday

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ALBANY — The 14th Annual Caramel Roll Ride kicks off Saturday morning at the Albany Bowling Center.

Each year about 300 riders from around the area participate in the bike event along the Wobegon Trail.

Local businesses  will be handing out caramel rolls along the bike route. There is a $20 dollar fee for registration. Kids ages six and under are free. Check-in and same-day registration begins at 8:00 a.m.

All funds go directly to the Lake Wobegon Trail Association to help maintain the trail.

Proceeds will help fund the “Saintly Seven” project which will extend the Wobegon Trail to the Mississippi River in St. Cloud.

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