Spring Training Group Rides
Fountain City, WI
04/05/2013 - 04/07/2013
USAC Permit Number 2013-811
 
 Event Description
Annual Spring Training Group Rides

 Course Description
Day 1 - Hilly (10 climbs = 50 miles) Day 2 - 1 hill and 60 miles mostly flat Day 3 - 2 climbs 60 miles w/rolling terrain
 
04/05/2013
 Start Time   Gender   Discpline   Category   Age   Prizes   Places   Length   Field  Fee  Onsite Fee 
3:00 pm  Open  Group Training Ride        50 miles     $5 $5
 
04/06/2013
 Start Time   Gender   Discpline   Category   Age   Prizes   Places   Length   Field  Fee  Onsite Fee 
12:00 pm  Open  Group Traning        60miles     $5 $5
 
04/07/2013
 Start Time   Gender   Discpline   Category   Age   Prizes   Places   Length   Field  Fee  Onsite Fee 
10:00 am  Open  Group Training Ride        60 miles     $5 $5

 Registration
$5 per day. Don't have to be USA cycling member but need to fill out 1 day license if not member. Sign up on line or day of event. Checks pay to RVCC. Cash or CC accepted. Registration day of occurs at Brone's Bike Shop. All rides start and finish there.

 Notes
These are rides which are unsupported. The target audience is riders who are looking to improve their fitness in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Most riders have raced or are looking to race in events for the upcoming season. These are spirited training rides. More detailed information is provided for each ride the day of each ride. Show up prepared. If you can't stay in the bunch you'll have to find your way back to the shop.

 Directions
Address to start and finish of each day is: Brone's Bike Shop 615 S. Main Street Fountain City, WI 54629

 For More Information:
Mark Brone
615 S. Main Street
Fountain City, WI
(608) 687-8601 www.bronesbikeshop.com
Online registration
 
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