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Co-Chairs,  State Senator Rodney Ellis and

Co-Chairs, State Senator Rodney Ellis and
State Representative Carol Alvarado





HOUSTON, TEXAS – On September 24, 2011, Houston Habitat for Humanity invites friends, supporters and families to come out and cycle for a cause at Bike to Build, sponsored by BG Group.

The family-friendly ride, co-chaired by State Senator Rodney Ellis and State Representative Carol Alvarado is expected to bring together more than 800 teams, cyclists and friends in an effort to raise funds and awareness for affordable housing.  The ride begins and ends at Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney in Downtown Houston at 8:30 a.m. (rain or shine).  The ride offers 10 and 20 mile courses.  The Post Ride Party, at Discovery Green immediately following the ride, will feature live entertainment, games and activities for kids and adults.  Other event sponsors include Sysco Corporation, Sun& Ski, REI, Primeway Federal Credit Union, BikeHouston, and Bayou City Outdoors. 

“We are truly looking forward to uniting the community for a fun event and a great cause,” said Algenita Scott Davis, Houston Habitat Executive Director.  “Bike to Build is a chance for corporations, families and teams to join together and directly impact the lives of hard-working Houston families.”

Registration fee is $25 per rider and includes t-shirt, breakfast and snacks throughout the day.  The $25 registration fee is available online through September 14. On site registration the day of the race will be $35. Participants are encouraged to register in teams. Youths under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.  All riders are required to wear helmets, and encouraged to carry I.D.s, emergency contact information and a cell phone. SAG support will be available along the route.

Houston Habitat is also offering sponsorships for the ride, including tent setups and goodie bag inserts.  Information on how to register, start or join a team, set a goal, and begin raising money to help hard-working Houston families realize their dreams is available on our website at .  

For more information, contact Kathryn Smith at 713-627-8777 or email  For more information about becoming a sponsor, please contact Holly Myers at 713-671-9993, x241 or email to


About Houston Habitat for Humanity:

Since 1987, Houston Habitat for Humanity, along with thousands of sponsors and volunteers, has built more than 850 affordable homes for purchase by hard-working, low-income Houstonians. Qualified Houston Habitat homebuyers agree to a no-interest mortgage and contribute 300 hours of "sweat equity" in lieu of a down payment. Partner families are also provided with classes on money management and home maintenance. More information about Houston Habitat and the Houston Habitat ReStore, a discounted building supply outlet, is available at  or by calling 713-671-9993.


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