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Old 05-04-05, 11:28 AM   #1
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Wilmington, NC. Bicycle Advisory Committee

As part of the nationwide Bicycle Awareness Month in May, the Bicycle Advisory Committee supports Bike to Work Week and an annual 20-mile River to the Sea Ride. Open to experienced and recreational riders, the round-trip ride runs from the Coast Guard parking lot on Water Street downtown Wilmington along secondary roads to Wrightsville Beach. For information, contact the New Hanover County Planning Department at (910) 798-7444 or visit the BAC website at www.bikewilmington.com.

In addition, A Critcal Mass:
Saturday May 7th, 12 noon. Meet up @ Wallace
Park., across from Port City Java on Market St. You can access the
park through Forest Hills.
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Update on the weekend rides:

On the River to the Sea ride there were about 45 cyclists of all different sizes, shapes and styles. 30 riders of all different sizes, shapes and styles attended the Critical Mass. Each ride was made of separate people--did that make sense? What I'm trying to say is that only myself and another guy did both rides, which means there were approx. 73 cyclists counted for both rides. Not bad for the first Critical Mass in a few years and a city that has a population of 100,000.
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