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17th Tour de Pike Century

Saturday, March 15, 2014 @ 8:30 AM (EDT)
"Downtown" Concord in front of the Concord Cafe 92 Main St ConcordGA  30206
Saturday, March 15, 2014 @ 8:30 AM (EDT)
"Downtown" Concord in front of the Concord Cafe 92 Main St ConcordGA  30206

About This Activity

Directions

From Atlanta, take I-75 south to Hwy. 19/41 to Griffin, go south for 28 miles. Hwy 19 splits from Hwy. 41 (Ingles on right). Take 19 South for 8 miles to center of Zebulon. Take a right at the traffic light and proceed on Hwy 18 to Concord
From Newnan: Take Hwy 27 Alt. to Greenville to Highway 18 and proceed east to Concord.
From LaGrange: Take Hwy 109 east to Greenville and Hwy 18 to Concord.
From Macon: Take Hwy 74 west toward Thomaston. Turn right on Hwy 18 to Concord.

Distances

  • 8 mile - Easy
  • 18 mile - Easy
  • 33 mile - Moderate
  • 66 mile - Strenuous
  • 100 mile - Strenuous

    Enjoy the scenic beauty and smooth paved roads of historic Pike County with its turnof the century towns and villages. Pike County is only 50 miles south of Atlanta, buta world away in hospitality and southern charm. The terrain is gently rolling hills. Theride will pass horse and cattle farms as well as peach and pecan orchards. Riders areable to visit each village and have the opportunity to visit the historical sites locatedhere. SAG vehicles will sweep the ride to offer assistance or a ride. Refreshments willbe served in each village. All pre-registered riders will receive a guaranteed T-shirtof your size. Tour de Pike proceeds have provided scholarships, food baskets for theneedy and donations to other charities.

    The after-ride meal will be a buffet at the Concord Cafe.

    Thank you and we look forward to seeing you this spring!

    Fees

    $30.00 on or before March 8th;
    $35.00 there after & on Race Day

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    Map & Direction

    Saturday, March 15, 2014 @ 8:30 AM (EDT)
    "Downtown" Concord in front of the Concord Cafe 92 Main St ConcordGA  30206
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