Saturday, September 20, 2008
Just wanted to remind everyone that there are several fall rides being offered over the next few weeks. Forget your hurricane woes for a little while and join one or all of these rides. For more information, see www.batonrougebikeclub.com Thanks.
Baton Rouge Bike Club Fall Century
Sunday, October 12th, 2008
West Feliciana Sports Park, St. Francisville, LA
Ride lengths of 25, 50, 62, and 100 miles.
Registration begins at 7:00 am, first riders take off at 8:00 am
BRBC will provide to participants on the day of the ride:
lunch (11:00 am til 3:30 pm), full SAG support, maps, road markings, pre-ride announcements, and rest stops with port-a-potties, snacks, water, and sport drinks. Fee is $30 if pre-registered, $35 the day of the ride. Fee includes a one year membership in the Baton Rouge Bike Club. All riders pre-registered by September 26th will receive a BRBC Fall Century t-shirt. For more information, contact Chris Lemoine at 225-242-7833, firstname.lastname@example.org or any of the BRBC Board Members.
Tour de Tangipahoa
17th annual Tour de Tangipahoa, September 20th, Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana. 30-mile and 62-mile events. Includes t-shirt, drinks, and meal. For more information see http://Kiwanis.i-55.com/tour.html
Crescent City Cyclists Century Ride Sunday, September 28th, 2008 Stewarts Seafood & Steak House Cucumber Corner - the corner at LA 16 & LA 450, Franklinton, LA Ride lengths of 25, 50, 63, and 100 miles. Ride starts at 7:30 am, registration begins at 7:15 am. For more information, click link below to go to the Crescent City Cyclists website http://groups.google.com/group/crescentcitycyclists/
Parrot Head Ride
13th Annual Parrot Head Bike Ride for Our Environment
Saturday, October 4th, Mary Ann Brown Nature Preserve in St. Francisville www.brphc.org
Louisiana MS 150 Ride
Saturday and Sunday, October 4th and 5th. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is dedicated to ending the devastating effects of MS. They simultaneously fund research for a cure while also helping people who currently live with MS lead more fulfilling lives. Ride starts Saturday, Oct. 4th in Hammond, LA, and goes north 75 miles to McComb, MS. Spend the night at Percy Quinn State Park and ride the 75 miles back to Hammond on Sunday, Oct. 5th. For more information, go to the Louisiana MS website at MSLouisiana.org
Tour du Rouge
Ride supports American Red Cross Chapters along the Gulf Coast from Houston to New Orleans. Dates: October 18-23. Ride starts in Houston and ends in New Orleans. See www.tourdurouge.org