This is just another reminder about our upcoming Breast Cancer Awareness Ride!! We hope to see many of you there….bring your friends, relatives, sisters, brothers, dads, moms…you get the idea :). Everyone is welcome.
These rides are NOT races or hammerfests or anything like that – they’re just an opportunity for a bunch of people to get together doing something fun (pedaling!) for a very serious cause. It’s a fundraiser as well – the cost is $25 per rider – ALL proceeds go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Here are the details:
WHEN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10TH
WHERE: LANDIS CYCLERY, 1006 E. WARNER ROAD
WHAT: 10ish MILE AND 25ish MILE OPTIONS, subject to change
(see below for route details)
REFRESHMENTS TO FOLLOW!
COST: $25 PER RIDER – 100% OF PROCEEDS GO TO THE BREAST CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION
To register, you can go to trekbikes.com, then click on the "Save the Date" button at the bottom right of the page (it’s pink with a pink ribbon). After that, click on "Participating Locations," then click the "Register" button. You’ll have to select which dealer you’ll be riding with, then fill out the appropriate information. We’ll also have on-site registration available.
Please plan to arrive by 9:15 or 9:30 if you’ll be registering on-site. If you’ve pre-registered, please plan to arrive by 9:45 at the latest. We’re going to make all efforts to start the rides at 10:00, sharp.
The rides will have 2 ride leaders each. In the case where we have a ton of folks participating, we’ll most likely just do one ride with 4 leaders for safety reasons.
For the longer route, we’re going to head west on Warner Rd. to Equestrian and do a loop in Ahwatukee then return to the shop via Warner Rd. This loop will be about 22-23 miles with an option to do extra loops on Kachina – that’ll be at the discretion of ride leaders.
For the shorter route, we’ll head west on Warner Rd. to Kyrene, where we’ll make a right turn and continue on to and then through Kiwanis park where we’ll do a short lollipop loop and return to the shop the way we left. This route is about 10 miles.
Route details will be provided on Saturday and handed out to participants.
Hope to see you all there! Thanks for your support.
Feel free to email me with questions.
Have a great week!
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