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Funnyman 09-10-02 12:03 PM

Looking for a light harted century
 
I am looking for a century ride (not race) in the first part of 03. Somewhere in the southeast. I am really looking for something that my buddies and I will be able to ride at our pace, and finish together, and then drink several hundred beers afterward. Donít get me wrong we are all serious riders but all our days of velodrome dreams have past. We are more interested in the accomplishment of the 100 and having a weekend away from the girlfriends. (Nothing personal lady riders)
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

MtnBikerChk 09-10-02 01:03 PM

Our MS society chapter has a two day 110 miler event this fall - maybe there's one your way - www.nationalmssociety.com

they are laid back, for sure - and it's for a good cause :)

RonH 09-10-02 03:17 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Funnyman
I am looking for a century ride (not race) in the first part of 03. Somewhere in the southeast.
What do you consider "the first part of 03"?
Is Georgia a part of the southeast you might want to travel to?

Here are a few "easy" centuries in Georgia.
http://www.letsride.net/socent2003.html (Vidalia, Georgia)

I think the Dublin (Georgia) Century is in March. Can't find a link to it. They may have something listed in Dec 2002 or Jan 2003.

The Pecan City Pedalers (Albany, Georgia) usually have a century in January. The website is
http://www.pecancitypedalers.org

Funnyman 09-12-02 10:52 AM

For those who might be interested I came across this ride in Charleston, SC.
Looks like the last century of the year.

It has my 3 favorite things

Bikes, BBQ, and Beer.



http://www.coastalcyclists.org/rural...rural_ride.htm

:beer:


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