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Cyclist will again pass through SC during 900 mile charity ride

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Dave Nazaroff crosses into SC in 2013. (Source: Carol Swarbrick) Dave Nazaroff crosses into SC in 2013. (Source: Carol Swarbrick)
Callie Truelove (Courtesy: Ride to Give) Callie Truelove (Courtesy: Ride to Give)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Bicyclist Dave Nazaroff is once gearing up to make a 900 mile ride from New York to Georgia to benefit a child with a debilitating condition, and once again he will pass through South Carolina near the end of his journey.

The cyclist is expecting to begin his bicycle trek on July 6 and will be accompanied by several other riders. The team will be pedaling approximately 160 miles each day, according to his Nazaroff's Kate Nazaroff.

Nazaroff is expected to ride into the Upstate on Thursday, July 10.

On Saturday June 12, Nazaroff is expected to arrive in Gainesville, GA, where he will meet the young girl his ride has been raising money for.

Kate Nazaroff said this year's ride will benefit an 11-year old girl named Callie Truelove. The girl suffers from Williams' Syndrome and heart problems, Nazaroff said.

Nazaroff will present a check to Truelove's family during a special ceremony on June 12.

FOX Carolina covered Nazaroff's first Ride to Give in 2013, where he made the 900 mile trek to raise money for a Georgia toddler who suffered a debilitating head injury.

Fore more information on the ride, Truelove, and information on how you can donate, visit the Ride to Give website.

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