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23 May 2019
MTB Port to Port Newcastle Australia
The Port to Port takes place over four days in New South Wales from Thursday 23 May to Sunday 26 May 2019. Racing in wave start format there are challenging climbs, thrilling descents and all the best single track we could find in the area, combined with some spectacular scenery.Last year saw many improvements that riders loved and for 2019 were keeping the same stages but adding new trails and tweaks to make your ride even more epic. Our awesome course team have been busy out on the trails putting together new alignments, lots more single track, a little less climbing and basically more of what you love!The race is suitable to riders of all levels with a decent level of fitness. Theres an awesome social atmosphere at the end of each stage and at the end of each day you get to kick back and enjoy the excellent food, local beers, wine and everything the region has to offer.
23 May 2019
Provence and Ventoux Cycling Weekend (23 May)
Cycle through the olive groves, vineyards, lavender fields and apple orchards of Provence, finishing with an ascent of one of the most famous climbs in the world – Mont Ventoux. This trip begins in Marseille from which you’ll be transferred to the charming town of Arles on the banks of the Rhone for our first evening. Over the next few days you’ll cycle through the stunning landscapes of Provence, through the Luberon Valley and the iconic Gorge de Nesque. Mountain backdrops, quiet country lanes, tranquil and unspoilt French countryside, hilltop-perched medieval villages, fabulous local food…this really is the perfect cycling destination.
23 May 2019
BDOVELO 2019 West Sussex Ride
We look forward to welcoming riders to our second ride of the season out of Mannings Heath Golf Club on 23 May 2019. Meeting at 11:00 for coffee and pastries, the West Sussex ride will head off at 11:30 and follow rolling roads through the delightful wooded area of the Home Counties before returning at around 16:00. The route begins and finishes at Mannings Heath Golf Club and included as part of the package is a post-ride networking meal with a guest speaker. During the ride, support on the road from route guides and backup vehicles will be provided. There will be a sport and social group. Event details and scheduleEvent: West Sussex Ride Date: Thursday 23 May 2019 Venue: Mannings Heath Golf Club, Hammerpond Road, Mannings Heath, Horsham, RH13 6PG
24 - 26 May 2019
Paso Robles Cycling Festival
Our Scheduled Rides depart at a fixed time. Some are facilitated group rides, others fully supported rides with support vehicles and rest stops. This has been the very essence of the Great Western Bicycle Rally since it started in 1965; making new cycling buddies, discovering new roads with a local rider and riding with groups of other bicycle crazy or just fun loving people on two wheels. Participation in all these rides is included in your entry fee.
25 May 2019
Ring of Beara Cycle
The 2019 Ring of Beara Cycle Kenmare will take place on Saturday 25th May and is now sold out.. Participants will have a choice of an exciting 140km or 110km cycle, along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way coastal route on the Beara Peninsula. Route DescriptionParticipants will pass some of Ireland’s most picturesque and quaint towns including Ardgroom, Eyeries, Allihies, Castletownbere, Adrigole, Glengarriff and back to Kenmare town. Cyclists can revel in the unspoilt beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way. Participants will be rewarded with a finisher medal, food, hot tubs and entertainment.Event details and scheduleYou must sign in the start/finish location which you selected when registering online. For example: if you choose Castletownbere as start location, this is the only location where you can collect your pack. Event Sign In Location Kenmare Main Square TBC Castletownbere TBC
25 - 26 May 2019
2019 Horsey Hundred
Many Route Options + Awesome Rest Stops + Panoramic Countryside = Great Memories The Horsey Hundred Steering Committee is MIXING THINGS UP for 2019! Recognizing that many of the Horsey's cyclists return year after year, the Committee decided to "flip" the routes from the usual weekend pattern. This year's five Saturday routes, including the epic Horsey Hundred Century route be going EAST from Georgetown, and Sunday's four routes, which generally reflect a shorter and more relaxed day in the saddle, will be going to the WEST. There are still multiple route choices for each day with lots of new roads, an amazing variety of scenery, and plenty of intriguing historic sites for you to enjoy! Riders will depart Georgetown College on Saturday and after just a few urban miles will find themselves in beautiful farm country and heading east into historic Bourbon County (namesake of Kentucky's world-famous spirit). All of the routes go through or very near Paris, Kentucky, which is known as the “Thoroughbred Capital of the World.” The area is home to dozens of famed horse farms, including Claiborne Farm and Adena Springs. The 100 mile route will be a scenic and challenging century ride that includes a beautiful covered bridge, stone fences, a large commercial orchard, every type of working farm, and six of the seven rest stops are located at historic churches (one is nationally known Cane Ridge Meeting House). Other fully supported distances include 25, 40, 50 and 74 mile routes that take riders through the same type of rolling, breathtaking landscapes as the century route. No matter the route you choose, you can look forward to a hand-dipped ice cream float at the last rest stop before the short jaunt back into Georgetown (but save some room for the awesome lunch provided at the finish).Event details and scheduleRegistration Deadlines and Cost (All times are EDT) Saturday & Sunday Event Registration: $75 - Online Until Wednesday, May 22 -11:59 pm $90 - Online or Kiosk May 24 to Saturday, May 25 10:00 am $100 - Paper form at the event Sunday only Event Registration: $35 - Online or Kiosk Saturday, May 25 4:00 pm - 9:00 am Sunday, May 26 $45 – Paper form at the event There is no registration via mail. There is no Saturday only option. Sunday only registration opens online Saturday afternoon of the event. Registration of Minors: We encourage families to participate in our ride, but please note that riders under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, who must sign the minor’s registration form.
25 May 2019
Texas Warrior 100 for Reunite The Fight
Date: May 25, 2019 Event: Texas Warrior 100 Route distances: 40, 62 and 100 miles About the Ride: It’s the first annual Texas Warrior 100! This year is the first annual Texas Warrior 100 Charity Bike Ride benefiting Reunite The Fight. The ride has 3 routes ranging from 40-100 miles. The ride will take place on May 25th. It’s starting and finishing location is Rentsch Brewery. After the ride, participants will be provided a lunch and are encouraged to hang out at the brewery to enjoy live music and food-trucks and a specially crafted beer exclusively for the Texas Warrior 100 Ride. Registration is open now! 2019 PACKET PICK UP LOCATION AND TIMES Packet pick up will be at Rentsch Brewery, 2500 NE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626 May 22nd 4-7pm May 23rd 4-7pm May 24th 12-4pm May 25th 6am until complete $55 Registration includes the fully supported ride and a specially designed T-shirt in a swag bag with some other goodies from our sponsors. Location:Rentsch Brewery, 2500 NE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626 Event Website:texaswarrior100.org Contact info: Michael Rash @ firstname.lastname@example.org Charity info:reunitethefight.org Event details and schedule2019 PACKET PICK UP LOCATION AND TIMES *Packet Pick Up Will Be Available at Rentsch Brewery, Georgetown* May 22nd 4-7pm May 23rd 4-7pm May 24th 12-4pm May 25th 6am until complete Start times: 100 Mile 7:30am 62 Mile 8:30am 40 Mile 9:00am
25 - 26 May 2019
Wildwood 400K ACP Brevet
250-mille, round-trip adventure from East Windsor to Wildwood on mostly flat terrain through central and southeastern New Jersey.Event details and scheduleSaturday, May 25 = 4:00am - 4:50am Rider Check-in at Days Inn Saturday, May 25 = 4:50 - 5:00am - Final Instructions from organizer Saturday, May 25 = 5:00am - Start Sunday, May 26 = 8:00am - Final Cut-Off