Albany Ride for Missing Children returning after two-year hiatus

This week marks 14 years since the Albany Ride for Missing Children first took off.

It has a long-standing history of raising awareness of missing and exploited children, educating families on critical child safety issues and raising money to help protect children.

The ride first started for Sara Anne Wood, a 12-year-old girl who went missing in 1993.

After pausing for two years, it is back with more than 100 riders ready to bike 100 miles this Friday, September 23.

Through this ride, families still searching know they are not alone.

Learn about how organizers say the rise in technology – especially during the pandemic – adds a new dark side for potential child lurings by watching the video of Subrina Dhammi’s story.