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Old 09-28-06, 10:25 AM   #1
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Upcoming Mid-Atlantic Centuries?

Anyone have suggestions for good organized Fall centuries within several hours drive of Baltimore, MD or know of a comprehensive list online somewhere?
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Old 09-28-06, 12:01 PM   #2
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The Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club, in southern Maryland, usually has a pretty good listing of rides on their site:

http://www.ohbike.org/events/index.htm

The club's own "Southern Maryland Century / Indian Head 100" is a very nice ride, but it's already past (it's usually held in mid-September.)

The Susquehanna Valley Rally is this weekend, up in the Danville/Bloomsburg, PA area:

http://www.gsvcc.org/GSVCC-Rally%20Brochure_06.pdf

Stuff from Baltimore Bicycling Club:

http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.pl/sept_oct

Stuff from Potomac Pedalers:

http://www.bikepptc.org/OutOfBounds.pdf
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Savage Century. Week after Seagull, Oct 14. I've never been. Would like to give it a go.

http://www.whiteclaybicycleclub.org/...CBC/savage.htm
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Tour du Port x 5 = 1.1 century
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Check out the Seagull Century at the Salisbury University Oct 7th. Rode the century three times and am going back for a fourth this year. 100 miles of absolutely no hills!!!

Just keep pedaling.

Do a google search for the site URL
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BBBS (Big Brothers Big Sisters) in Burlington, NJ 10/07/06. Pretty Flat!!! My first time...
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Savage Century. Week after Seagull, Oct 14. I've never been. Would like to give it a go.

http://www.whiteclaybicycleclub.org/...CBC/savage.htm

We are thinking of doing this one as well, just finished up the seagull. If anyone has ridden this I would love to hear some advice or warnings or whatever. Its right next to my hometown so it would be a nice chance to go home and take a good ride, looks like the opposite of the flat seagull, bit less wind though i would hope.
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We are thinking of doing this one as well, just finished up the seagull. If anyone has ridden this I would love to hear some advice or warnings or whatever. Its right next to my hometown so it would be a nice chance to go home and take a good ride, looks like the opposite of the flat seagull, bit less wind though i would hope.
I'll be there. Gonna do the 60 miler. I just dont think i have 100 miles of climbing in me right now. Even with a 25 or 27 tooth cassette.
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