The Nebraska United Methodist Bike Ride for Hunger celebrates 17 years this year, and the route will begin and end in Beatrice, Neb., routing through Sabetha and Marysville.
NUMB is a benefit ride for the World Hunger projects of the Nebraska United Methodist Church: Heifer International, Nebraska Food Bank, Bread for the World and the United Methodist Committee on Relief's Nigeria project.
NUMB is open to all interested cyclists but is limited to the first 200 riders. NUMB is a 275-mile loop tour. The official start is the Rider's Meeting Saturday evening, but there is an optional 39-mile ride on Saturday that will include a visit to Homestaed National Monument.
Ride registration is $50 before May 1 and $55 after.