Team Flying Point Completes Its Fourth Bike To The Beach For Autism Ride - 27 East

Team Flying Point Completes Its Fourth Bike To The Beach For Autism Ride

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Kim Covell, bottom left, and her Flying Point team on the Brooklyn Bridge on Friday morning.

Kim Covell, bottom left, and her Flying Point team on the Brooklyn Bridge on Friday morning.

Team Flying Point at Rockaway Beach.

Team Flying Point at Rockaway Beach.

Mitti Ellams, left, Kim Covell and Romi Sloan at the 75-mile mark of their 100-mile ride.

Mitti Ellams, left, Kim Covell and Romi Sloan at the 75-mile mark of their 100-mile ride.

Bike To The Beach For Autism DREW BUDD

Bike To The Beach For Autism DREW BUDD

Cyclists finished their rides at Docker's in East Quogue on Friday afternoon. DREW BUDD

Cyclists finished their rides at Docker's in East Quogue on Friday afternoon. DREW BUDD

Kim Covell, right, and Mitti Ellams head toward the finish line at Dockers. DREW BUDD

Kim Covell, right, and Mitti Ellams head toward the finish line at Dockers. DREW BUDD

Southampton High School teacher Mitti Allam, left, and president and founder of the Flying Point Foundation for Autism Kim Covell at the finish line of the Bike to the Beach ride. DREW BUDD

Southampton High School teacher Mitti Allam, left, and president and founder of the Flying Point Foundation for Autism Kim Covell at the finish line of the Bike to the Beach ride. DREW BUDD

Teddy, Jean and Barry Goldman of Hampton Bays complete their trek. DREW BUDD

Teddy, Jean and Barry Goldman of Hampton Bays complete their trek. DREW BUDD

Bike To The Beach For Autism DREW BUDD

Bike To The Beach For Autism DREW BUDD

author on Jun 10, 2019
Team Flying Point, riding for the Flying Point Foundation for Autism, had its biggest showing yet during its fourth year of participation in the Bike to the Beach for Autism... more

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