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Lake to Lake Charity Bike Ride
Start: Sunday, May 26, 2013 @ 7:00 AM (EDT)
Shepaug Dam Recreation Area 2120 River Road
Southbury , CT 06488
Southbury , CT 06488
Registration Closing Date
Friday, May 24, 2013 @ 11:59 PM (EDT)
The 100K and 75K routes will take you through the scenic hills of New Haven and Litchfield Counties on your way to Lake Waramaug or Long Meadow Pond. These routes, along with the 50K route, will include "Poker Run" stops along the route with a prize for the best poker hand at the conclusion of the ride. You do NOT need to be present to win! There will be water stops along the 100K & 75K routes.
This is a rain or shine event! On-line registration is $30.00 per rider. Registration for children under 14 years of age is free and they MUST be accompanied by an adult. Registrations for children will include the completion of a parental / guardian liability waiver.
Support and Prizes:
The first 100 registrants will receive a "Lake to Lake" Charity Bike Ride T-shirt. All 100K, 75K, and 50K riders are eligible for prizes via the best "Poker Hand". At 5 stops along the route the riders will select a card from a deck of cards and then register their hand at the registration table. At the completion of the ride, winners will be picked by the best poker hand. Winners will be notified at the completion of the event, you need not be present to win. All rides will have SAG support.
Cue sheets of all routes will be available in PDF and GPS format on the Leaps of Faith web site. (Coming in April)
Helmets are Mandatory!
ANSI , SNELL or CSPC approved helmets must be worn. Helmets must be brought to the registration desk before the ride. Cycling safety and strict adherance to all cycling rules of the road are imperative. Riding two, three or four abreast is a violation of traffic laws and safe riding practices. Be safe, be considerate.
75K and 100K riders should start between 7AM and 9AM. All other start times 8AM - 10AM.
All proceeds will help fund the Leaps of Faith Waterskiers programs for disabled children, adults and military veterans. Disabled Cyclists are always welcome!