Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Cyclist curing cancer century ride 2008

Cyclist curing cancer century ride 2008

The event:

You’ve always ridden because it’s healthy for you. Now ride
because it’s healthy for someone else. Ride with us at
7:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 20, for Cyclists Curing
Cancer Century Ride. The journey begins at the Baptist
Healthplex in Clinton, Mississippi, and stretches all along the
beautiful and historic Natchez Trace. Whether you choose
to ride 25, 50, 62 or 100 miles, you will be benefiting Baptist
Cancer Services’ Serenity Garden for cancer patients and
their families.
All participants will receive a Century Ride t-shirt and will
enjoy a pasta lunch after the event. Rest stops along the
route will be well stocked with water, sports drinks, snacks
and fruit.
Please note: All riders remaining on the course after 3:30 p.m.
will be picked up.
Early registration

Yep you guessed it Matt (the Hammer) Roland will be participating in the ride, and I have agreed to ride along beside him (on my motorcycle) to be water carrier, pit cure, and photographer and of course give a full coverage of the race on the blog. The “Hammer” plans on ridding the entire 100 miles…that should come to no surprise to his many fans all over the world.

I plan on being packed and ready to go after work Friday and ride my motorcycle to Simpson Lake in Magee Ms, where I plan to camp. Then getting up early Saturday morning and drive on in to Jackson in time for the race….unless it rain…then I’m a no go.

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