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0:00 am Florida Tandem Rally 2014 (The Villages, FL)  
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Location: Waterfront Inn 1105 Lake Shore Dr. The Villages, Fl. 32162 For more information, visit our website floridatandemclub.org.
 
Group: The PANTHERS Tandem Bike Club
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0:00 am Southern Tier (San Diego, CA - St Augustine, FL)  
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The Southern Tier has become one of our most popular tours, and it’s easy to see why. This route is 1,200 miles shorter than either the Northern Tier or TransAm, yet offers epic quantities of scenery and shoulder-season sunshine. After dipping our bicycle wheels in the Pacific, we’ll climb eastward, riding through Southern California, Arizona, and New Mexico. In Texas, we’ll parallel the Rio Grande River before hitting the Texas Hill Country. From there, it’s on to Louisiana and the heart of Cajun Country. Finally, you’ll pedal along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi and Alabama, cross Florida’s panhandle, and ride to your adventure’s end in St. Augustine. From enchiladas to Texas barbecue, alligator po’ boys to Southern grits, we’ll experience the culinary cultures of the South. As one past participant put it, “This trip lends new meaning to the phrase ‘eating up the miles.’” For more information, visit our website www.adventurecycling.org, or call 800-755-2453.
 
Group: Adventure Cycling Association
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Level: Multi-day Long Distance Tour
Distance: 3160 miles
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5:00 am Florida Cycling Challenge (Daytona Beach, FL)  
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Rides: The RAAM Florida Cycling Challenge offers 2 rides (60 and 120-miles) and 2 races (200 and 400-miles). All rides and races have been designed to highlight the best of Central Florida. All distances start/finish at City Island Park on the Halifax River/Intracoastal Waterway in Daytona Beach. The 200 and 400-mile races are unsupported. There will be no Aid Stations, bike machanics or SAG support. Bikes and support vehicles will be inspected on Friday prior to the start on Saturday. 200-mile racers may ride randonneur style (without crew), but must notify the Race Director prior to the event. The 400-mile racers must have a support crew. For more information, visit our website florida.raamchallenge.com, or email director@souleventsusa.com.
 
Group: Race Across America Florida Cycling Challenge
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12:00 pm Wallace's Weekend Warm-up (2NE - Fresh Market in Dunwoody Village)  
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A nice "No Drop" ride to get you ready for the weekend ride. It starts at NOON every Friday from OCTOBER through APRIL. It starts at 10:30am every Friday from May through September. It starts from Fresh Market in Dunwoody Village. This is intended to be an easy warm-up for the weekend. New people are welcome. It is a no-drop ride ONLY IF YOU REQUEST IT. If you want to make sure you don't get dropped your first time or two out, kindly ask for a sweeper. Here's the route: http://www.strava.com/activities/13272157 We go clockwise on even days. We go counterclockwise on odd days. For more information, visit our website Dunwoody Cycling, or email Andrew.
 
Group: Dunwoody Cycling
Category: Weekly
Level: Moderate
Distance: 16 miles
Pace: 15 - 16 mph
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3:30 pm Easy MTB ride at Taylor Trails (Oxford, MS)  
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Easy MTB ride at Taylor Trails starting 3:30pm For more information, visit our website oxfordcycling.org.
 
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4:00 pm Starter Bikes (Atlanta, GA)  
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Starter Bikes is a collaborative project with Georgia Tech's Students Organizing for Sustainability and the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. Volunteers refurbish abandoned and donated bikes into low-cost, entry level bicycles for students and community members in need of inexpensive but reliable transportation. The program is also available for people who would like to try a bike, but don't want to make a large up-front investment until they have more experience. If you or someone you know is looking for a bike, or if you'd like to start volunteering with the project, please visit the "cage" on the bottom level of the Georgia Tech Campus Recreation Center parking deck to select your bike. For more information, visit our website www.atlantabike.org/starterbikes, or email info@atlantabike.org.
 
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Helmets are required for all rides. By participating in any ride you accept the risks and responsibilities associated with group rides. You are ultimately responsible for your own personal safety. This calendar is the property of the Southern Bicycle League, compiled solely for the non-commercial use by its members, and may not be reproduced in any manner without the express written permission of the SBL. All SBL rides ©SBL; others, their respective owners.


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