Heisman Trophy winner Bo Jackson of “Bo Bikes Bama” marks 10 years fundraising bicycle rides to help victims of the 2011 Alabama tornado

Auburn University Heisman Trophy winner Bo Jackson is marking a decade of fundraising bicycle rides to help victims of the 2011 tornado outbreak that devastated much of Alabama.

The 10th annual “Bo Bikes Bama” event will be held on Saturday in a virtual format because of the coronavirus pandemic. Rather than riding through the state as a group, participants this year will join in through an online platform with simulated group rides.

“Ride wherever you can, raise how much you can because it’s all for a good cause,” Jackson said in a video posted on social media.

A small, VIP group ride through Auburn and Opelika was planned for Friday with safety precautions.

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Source: Associated Press

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