Registrations are now being accepted for the 2nd Annual Silver Comet Trail Bike Ride Presented by The Georgia High School Cycling League. Please block off Sunday, May 24, 2015 and Monday, May 25, 2015 for this event (yes, we will be staying overnight in Alabama).
Three ride options:
The 65 mile short route (slower group) 13 - 15 mph avg. both days. The 65 mile short route (faster group) 16 - 18 mph avg. both days. The 90 mile long route (fastest group) 18 - 20 mph avg. both days.
Registration Fee ON OR BEFORE March 6: $175.00 Registration Fee AFTER March 6: $200.00
Registration Fee includes:
Swag bag with t-shirt ***Castelli cycling jersey (MSRP $100)*** Snacks, water, and support along SAG stops Hotel room (double occupancy) Dinner (Sunday night) Breakfast (Monday morning) Photographs shot by Matt Giddens Digital Community support leading up to and on the day of the ride Transportation of overnight bag to hotel Option to schedule on-site massages after ride Sunday Entry to win many prizes!
***Requested jersey and t-shirt sizes only guaranteed to first 40 registries received on or before March 1.***
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Cervelo Bicycles Take You Further Faster!
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Don’t Toss Those Used Inner Tubes – Instead of sending them to landfills, recycle your bicycle inner tubes. They can be patched multiple times for use as spares. But, once they’re spent, they can still come in handy. Here are just a few suggestions:
Use them as no-scratch tie-downs for holding your bike to your car rack so it can’t sway and get damaged.
Cut pieces and wrap them around your right chainstay to protect it from chain slap, which can chip the paint.
Cut out two short sections and slip them over your frame pump to keep water and mud from fouling it.
Use strips from the tube to wrap the handles of your garden tools for a more comfortable grip.