For the second year, two-sport legend Bo Jackson will return to Alabama for his Bo Bikes Bama charity bike ride. He will lead a 20 and 60-mile ride that starts and finishes in the Walker County town of Cordova. Money raised will support the Governor’s Emergency Relief Fund to help meet unmet needs from the devastating April 27, 2011 tornadoes.
Two-sport legend, Bo Jackson will lead a one-day charity ride through Cordova, Alabama to raise $1 million for tornado recovery. April 27th, 2013 marks the second anniversary of the deadly tornado outbreak that spawned 62 twisters in Alabama alone.
On Saturday, April 27th, 2013, two-sport legend, Bo Jackson and hundreds of cyclists from across the country will pledge to ride 20 or 60 miles through tornado ravished Cordova, Alabama to help with tornado recovery efforts still needed two years after the deadly tornado outbreak. With a goal of $1 million dollars, all money will go to the Governor's Emergency Relief Fund to aid all who have exhausted other relief sources.