Hundreds Take Part in Tour de Scranton

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SCRANTON -- Hundreds of people were biking and walking Sunday morning as part of the annual Tour de Scranton.

The non-competitive bike ride offers cyclists five different routes, ranging from four to 65 miles.

For those who preferred to stay off the bicycle, a one to seven mile river-walk along the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail was an alternative.

Money raised from Sunday's ride and walk in Scranton goes to "Erin's Fund", which helps young people struggling with addiction.