Fletcher Flyer 2012 (for registration)

Sunday, June 3, 2012 @ 8:00 AM (EDT)
Fletcher Community Park 85 Howard Gap Road FletcherNC  28732
Sunday, June 3, 2012 @ 8:00 AM (EDT)
Fletcher Community Park 85 Howard Gap Road FletcherNC  28732

About This Activity

The 2012 Fletcher Flyer offers three rolling routes through the beautiful hills of western North Carolina

Full Century - 100 miles, 4044' of climb
Metric Century - 62 miles, 3039' of climb
Half Century - 50 miles, 2216' of climb

A challenge for first time riders
A fast ride for experienced riders

and a 30 miles Fletcher Lite, 1280' of climb

Ride rain or shine! Helmets required

After ride meal and snacks included in ride fee
Well stocked, staffed, and placed rest stops
Friendly and helpful SAG support
Massage therapists on site after the ride

Register Early!
The first 500 registered riders will receive official 2012 Fletcher Flyer socks
Pick up your packet at Fletcher Park - Saturday, June 2 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, or Sunday, June 3 from 6:30 AM to 8:00 AM
If online registration has closed, you can still register in person at Fletcher Community Park during the hours shown above

Ride for Better Cycling
Presented by the Blue Ridge Bicycling Club (BRBC) and the WNC Bicycle Dealers Association (WNCBDA)
Proceeds go to the BRBC's cycling advocacy programs and the WNCBDA's promotion of bicycling
Over the last 8 years, over $100,000 of BRBC event profits have been spent on WNC cycling advocacy programs
Your support will help us promote safe and enjoyable bike routes in WNC
Visit the BRBC Website at

Team in Training
Riders from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society s Team in Training (TNT) program will ride in the Fletcher Flyer again this year
Since 1988, more than 420,000 volunteer TNT participants have raised over $1 billion for research and patient services
Click here for a Google bicycling route map and directions from the hotel to Fletcher Park.

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Map & Direction

Fletcher Community Park 85 Howard Gap Road FletcherNC  28732
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